Spacey instruments provide the back-drop while Rakeem Miles spills honest lyrics reflecting on a cheating girlfriend while their spouse is in jail, and gets out to only see his only love with another man so he goes ballistic.
Rakeem Miles is releasing his next project Do They Really Love You? on August 25. Here is a new single titled “F**k That,” produced by Oshi of Film Noir and GoodNite. The song speaks to Rakeem’s narrative, as he portrays the inner thoughts of a character who turns to alcohol to ease his depression and heartache. He uses elements from his own story to highlight the realities of addiction and depression. Listen to ‘F**k That’ below.
Baltimore rapper Rakeem Miles premieres his music video for “Can’t Stop Me” here onBLUNTIQ today. The Shane Shotlz & PressSquareCollective directed video, which was also shot on location in Wilmington, Delaware showcases a casually-dapper Miles and his fellowOG Tribe members enjoying life’s simple pleasures while the 21 year-old emcee effortlessly combines flows, tones and patterns over New Jersey-creative, Weird Inside production. “Can’t Stop Me” is from Rakeem’s Adderall which release February 2015 and is avalable for pre orders
Rakeem Miles spills painfully honest lyrics reflecting the modern-day angst that this creative individual encounters on the daily. Self preservation is the key as the young up-and-coming rhymer maneuver through the treacherous landscape of contemporary life. The OG Tribe’s trademark ambiguous lyrical content takes a back-seat on ‘Adderall’ as Miles gives personal accounts of days gone by paired with thoughts for the future. The raw production captures the listener as the track’s organ tones bellow, adding to that unique quality that that sets Rakeem Miles above the rest.