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Blue Summer: Recollections Of A Poetic Drunk (previous review)

Around this same time last year rapper Ron Slyda released his highly acclaimed LP, Blue Summer: Recollections Of A Poetic Drunk. A review of which can be found above. Recently, he had the album remastered for iTunes and also unleashed a new single. The single is entitled “Going Hard.” It appears on the album and is produced by George Seals.

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Blue Summer: Recollections Of A Poetic Drunk (listen/download)

Haven’t heard from Florida talent Ron Slyda since way back in January. So thought it would be fitting to share his latest video clip. It’s for his single “Moving On” which can be found on his most current release Blue Summer: Recollections Of A Poetic Drunk. It’s a laid back number with soulful components and an old school vibe. The content is on point. It’s a personal reflection on grinding and just trying to make something out of life. It’s a valid selection as a whole.

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“Focus” (previous review)

“Come On” (previous review)

“Ambitionz Of A Slyda” (previous review)

Blue Summer: Recollections Of A Poetic Drunk (listen/download)

After almost a year of promo, leaks, videos, and more; Miami rapper Ron Slyda finally dropped his long awaited Blue Summer: Recollections Of A Poetic Drunk LP. It’s 15 tracks deep with only one guest appearance and a nice variety of producers. It’s described as a project that depicts the journey of an individual on the threshold of seeing his dreams come true and the situations he has to deal with along the way, set to the unique poetic style that only Ron Slyda can provide. Get a glimpse of said journey after the break.

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Miami rapper Ron Slyda has released a new video for his song “Come On.” As a reminder, the single will be featured on his upcoming project, Blue Summer: Recollections Of A Poetic Drunk. A review for the track can be found here. For the video concept, he took a very out of the box approach. Prepare for the unexpected and lay eyes on the flick after the break.