RMR's Debut Project Is Here And He's Reminding Us 'Drug Dealing Is A Lost Art'

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    POSTED Jun 12 2020
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    RMR is a mysterious character - and not much is currently known about him, but we're hoping that changes. He's just dropped his debut EP, DRUG DEALING IS A LOST ART, which you can check out below - it features the likes of Future and Westside Gunnand shows off why so many people are hanging on his every word. 

    We're still not sure who's behind the mask, and RMR says he wears the mask "because I want people to listen with their ears, not their eyes".

    When he dropped Rascal, his first song, it got people listening - the ski-mask hid the fact that he was able to belt out a tune a capella, busting out Rascal Flatts' These Days - before his autotuned croon settles in.

    Speaking to The FADER about the track, RMR says, “I grew up on country and rap music, and this song is the interpretation of what the new genre should sound like.” RMR is here to make his mark.

    The video for his second track, DEALER, is just as captivating as the one for Rascal. The videsees RMR touring Los Angeles, before encountering his driver burying a grave for him in the sand (it's a very trippy video). 

    Now, DRUG DEALING IS A LOST ART is here - it's RMR's first project, and he's turning lots of heads. While we don't know much about RMR, we do know that he's got a hell of a lot of talent - and that's on display on this 8-track project, with features to make any artist envious.

    Check out DRUG DEALING IS A LOST ART below - it shows that RMR is here for a good time AND a long time.

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RMR is a mysterious character - and not much is currently known about him, but we're hoping that changes. He's just dropped his debut EP, DRUG DEALING IS A LOST ART, which you can check out below - it features the likes of Future and Westside Gunnand shows off why so many people are hanging on his every word. 

We're still not sure who's behind the mask, and RMR says he wears the mask "because I want people to listen with their ears, not their eyes".

When he dropped Rascal, his first song, it got people listening - the ski-mask hid the fact that he was able to belt out a tune a capella, busting out Rascal Flatts' These Days - before his autotuned croon settles in.

Speaking to The FADER about the track, RMR says, “I grew up on country and rap music, and this song is the interpretation of what the new genre should sound like.” RMR is here to make his mark.

The video for his second track, DEALER, is just as captivating as the one for Rascal. The videsees RMR touring Los Angeles, before encountering his driver burying a grave for him in the sand (it's a very trippy video). 

Now, DRUG DEALING IS A LOST ART is here - it's RMR's first project, and he's turning lots of heads. While we don't know much about RMR, we do know that he's got a hell of a lot of talent - and that's on display on this 8-track project, with features to make any artist envious.

Check out DRUG DEALING IS A LOST ART below - it shows that RMR is here for a good time AND a long time.

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