Pavy – R.O.M.E. [Review]

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Rating – 5
Favorites- Caesar’s Birth, Ride, French Riviera

Pavy(@Pavyworld) drops his highly anticipated project R.O.M.E (Rule Over My Enemies).  It features 14 tracks with production from Traxxion, Trumaine, Ray White, Paris Beuller and DC.  The entire project is a masterpiece after listening to the tracks its clear that Pavy is next up.  He’s extremely lyrical and switches his flow on almost every track.  The bar heavy rapper has a theme behind the title of the project which allows it to stand out even more.  With track titles such as “Crucify Me” and “Palm Sunday” how could one not listen.  R.O.M.E keeps one’s attention and the reason it has that ability is because every track is extremely good which makes one listen to the very end leading to the next record.

There’s structure on the project which is the reason its successful and receiving many good reviews.  Its clear that Pavy planned and took time to create the sound of the project unlike many rappers who just record randomly and drop music.  “I remember way back when, when I couldn’t tell niggas my dreams, and even when I did they said nobody would feel anything I say”.  Pavy definitely proved he could Rule over his enemies because it takes skill to create a project of this kind. R.O.M.E is definitely worth the listen and receives 5 stars for quality and its overall Hip Hop sound.  THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST PROJECTS IVE HEARD IN 2014, I guarantee Pavy will take off within the next year.


-Gerard Little

Posted on July 2, 2014, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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