aroomfullofmirrors is back at it.
After kicking things off with “Mirrors” last month, the recently-assembled collective – consisting of DopeHouse regulars Punch, Daylyt, Nick Grant, and the Ichiban Don (aka Willie B), along with Houston’s Lyric Michelle, Indy emcee Earlee Riser, Watts rep Jrias Law, Australian singer Billy Maree, and Hari the producer – has returned with their latest drop, “RAWAR.”
“It feels like the beginning of when we were starting TDE, the focus was completely on the art and developing,” Punch told Genius. “We’re really just building the whole art phase, it’s no limit to where it will go. We’re called aroomfullofmirrors because we’re reflecting each other, even though we come from different walks of life and parts of the country.”
Similar to their debut release, “RAWAR” finds each member tagging in and out of the booth with their respective rhymes. “We’re showing off the chemistry between everybody when you have five or six people going back and forth in tandem like that. I always loved that type of thing when Styles P and Jada do it; but to do it with this many MCs is so much fun,” Punch said in the same chat with our guy Rob Markman. “I think this is what people fell in love with when they first started listening to hip-hop music. I think it’s raw, goes back to the essence of what it was, but it’s still refreshing.”
Check out “RAWAR” below and get ready for an album.