Today, Ottawa rapper, Romeo Don’t Die, dropped his brand new single “Accessible” with a little help from Montreal rapper, Shreez. Together they rap effortlessly over the Alain & DiceFlyy drill production about finessing and making ends meet through mischievous ways.
“The concept of the record was initiated by the fact I was wearing Gucci sneakers with a tiger print on the side. This inspired the first lyrics of the hook and from there the rest of the song was written & recorded in thirty minutes”, he told SHIFTER.
The flavour of the Quebec metropolis is infused throughout this offering. Not only was the bilingual track recorded in Mpress’s famous No Sleep Studio in the St. Michel borough of Montreal, but the entire video, directed by Foul Child, was shot in and around Montreal. The visuals feature a vintage and almost hazy aesthetic inspired by Batman, including a Gotham-like rooftop scene, as well as shots of the two rappers in an old diner. According to the “Boom, Boom, Boom” hitmaker, this isn’t a one off, but the first of many bilingual tracks Romeo plans to release over the coming months.
“Accessible” is available on all major streaming platforms. To check out the music video, click the image in the header.