Belgian Rapper Roméo Elvis is the very definition of what happens when talent, patience and hard work all come together to not only make something memorable, but make a promising impression on the international rap game. With an extensive body of work stemming from his initial release his first EP Brussels became the jungle, dating back to 2013, Romeo has amassed a following that have fallen for his melding of multi-instrumental, electronic and hip hop eclecticisms. His most recent project, 2017’s Morale 2, produced by frequent collaborator Le Motel, is a testament to his sick flows and spatial production; especially on standout tracks like “Drole de question” and “J’ai vu”.
For COLORS, the Belgian native rapper brings charisma and swag for his performance of “300”. Driven by its dark tone in production, the new offering caters to some signature trap stylizings and bounce that wrap seamlessly around Roméo’s convictive flow. However, three quarters of the way into the song, a sparse yet swelling synth joins forces with a vibrant drum roll, for a bridge that yields a switch up so slick, it ultimately pivots the dynamic of the song as the Belgian rapper fades out with style. Watch Roméo Elvis confidently body his performance above and definitely check out his latest album Morale 2!