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Fresno based rapper Keeqs has graced the site with yet another single. This one is dubbed “Roll Sum’n” and entails a couple of guest appearances from fellow artists $Young Roy$ & Yung Tuck. As the 420 holiday was just a few short days ago, thought it would be fitting to share with readers. The song is slated to appear on Keeqs’ pending project TNOS (The New Old School). The production here is suave. The proportionate base, graceful musical ingredients, trendy rhythm, and magnetic vibe result in a five star blend. The hook is prime. The delivery has a likeable melody to it and the lyrics are easy to retain. The verses are a hit. $Young Roy$ gets the party started, Keeqs maintains the momentum on the second verse, and Yung Tuck comes in with a strong finish. The trio present individualized flows, on the ball wordplay, and premier rhymes. They did a flawless job of generating an anthem that would elicit approval from any smoker. A handful of lines worth mentioning from Keeqs are: “We just getting turnt. And f–king ’til that sun rises. F—k the bull. And f–k the surprises. Life is good is what I’m realizing. And them haters gone hate. They gone keep lying. I tasted reality. Nearly drowned in it. Now paradise my kingdom. I just lounge in it. Girl you wanna roll with a n—a? Then baby roll sum’n for a n—a.” Those are some savvy bars right there. As a whole, this is a first-string record.

**My Two Cents: This was a cool cut. The trio complimented each other quite well and the production was finespun. I think smokers and non-smokers alike will be able to feel and jam out to this track. Readers should give it a spin for sure. TNOS (The New Old School) is due out this Summer. So be sure to keep those eyes and ears peeled. Catch up with Keeqs on Twitter to stay up to date with all of his musical dealings. -MinM