One of the hottest rap groups coming out of Philly in 2013 is back at it again – proving that they’re also the hardest working.  With hard hitting beats and lyrics that speak for every hustler in every city and party anthems that get the bad ones out of their seats “R.O.M.E.” mixtape sounds like the voice of a new generation with no pop involved but plenty of soda.

Each member of the group shines on the Jimmy DaSaint executive-produced opus over production supplied by the camp’s in-house producers Charlie Heat and Matcy and proves that they are all their own entity. HH spady takes you from the boardroom to the block while Scorp DaBoy shows you the life of a hood rockstar – this is how you hustle.  As SportSinner and K. Walker descriptively detail the struggles and triumphs associated with the Inner City, the young spitters Savage, Shorty Raw and Pusha Feek run paces on tracks like olympic sprinters. With Bossman back in the building for more of that house money the listener is treated to a rare glimpse into the life of a true trapper.

The mixtape delegation that RuffHouse Records placed on this collection of one of the most awesome rap teams assembled is only the industry taking notice of a force to be reckoned with, but they are in no rush to take this movement to a major distributor. Much like Odd Future gained global attention with their own campaign the ICH Gang is ready to take the world by storm.

Watch their latest video, “We All We Got” [NSFW]

Get in touch with them @IchGang on @IchGang215 on instagram or through @jimmydasaint1on twitter and his website.


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