Following his Coachella debut alongside The 1975, UK-based Filipino artist No Rome just released his brand new single "Cashmoney" and let his fans have a first listen during a broadcast of Zane Lowe's Beats 1.
The track opens with a snippet of an interview with Fugazi's Ian Mackaye and follows through with an infectuous beat from start to finish. Listen to the full track below:
He also unveiled a new logo and the official tracklist of his upcoming EP, "Crying in the Prettiest Places" just as the single dropped on streaming sites everywhere.
Rome has been dropping hints about the new EP for the past few months, and even described it as something that sounds like films he grew up with.
When asked about the EP, Rome calls it "very emo," but says that it has a song for almost for everyone. "It's also got every song I feel that I can make as an artist."
He also mentioned that his previous EP, "RIP Hindo Hisashi," felt like a record he was just having fun with, whereas "Crying in the Prettiest Places" felt more focused.
"Crying in the Prettiest Places" is set to come out in May.
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A Filipina born and raised in Saudi Arabia, Alyssa always has a story to tell. She is a writer by day, singer on occasion, ballerina by heart, and forever a musical theatre enthusiast. When she's not immersing herself in her Spotify playlists, you'll find her training to be a triathlete or being a full-time cool tita to her 9 nephews and nieces.