RMR Releases ‘Drug Dealing Is A Lost Art’ EP

Taking over the internet earlier in the year with his rendition of Rascal Flatts’ “Bless The Broken Road’ track titled “RASCAL,” the momentum of mystery surrounding the masked star has grown at an alarming rate.

After dropping singles like “DEALER” and “DEALER” remix featuring Future and Lil Baby, it was time for RMR to give us the full project. The EP features production from the likes of Timbaland, and Mike Dean as well as guest appearances from Westside Gunn and the mentioned Future and Lil Baby.

Stream the album below.

RMR Gets Future And Lil Baby For “DEALER” Remix

RMR has been gaining momentum ever since he debuted his Rascal Flatts cover of “Rascal” which gained him much attention even though the creative music video was taken down several times due to there being a copyright issue. RMR (pronounced Rumor) later gives us a taste of what his upcoming LP would be like with the track and music video for “DEALER”. Now the mysterious musician has enlisted Atlanta rappers Future and Lil Baby to add their verses on the remix.

RMR Releases ‘DEALER’ Music Video

RMR (pronounced Rumor) remains a person clouded in mystery yet still manages to deliver when it counts, dropping another banger with ‘DEALER.’ The man behind the mask ditched the country tone from his previous song “Rascal” and came with something different as he really showcases his vocal and lyrical ability.

In the video, RMR trades the assault rifle from his first video, in exchange for a styrofoam cup of lean. ‘DEALER’ is a single from his upcoming Drug Dealing Is A Lost Art EP. The video shows the musician cruising the streets of Los Angeles where he ends up at the beach but there doesn’t seem to be any relaxation after that.

Check it out below.

RMR Has The Internet Going Nuts With ‘Rascal’

RMR (pronounced as rumor) released a music video for ‘Rascal’ and not only is it something that you can’t unsee but you can’t help but feel every word in his melodic voice.

The song hit the internet on Sunday and to say it went viral is an understatement. RMR can be seen wearing an Yves Saint Laurent bulletproof vest over a camp-print Off-White long-sleeve T-shirt while sporting Gucci sneaks with matching Gucci socks as well. The singer does an impressive rendition of Rascal Flatts’ “These Days” to start the song then shortly afterward hits you with his interpretation of “Bless the Broken Road” which was a country song written by Marcus Hummon, Bobby Boyd, and Jeff Hanna and performed by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and later by Rascal Flatts.

via: rolling stone