Rome Streetz Net Worth, Age, Debut Album

Rome Streetz doesn’t have much left to prove after releasing one of the year’s best rap albums. On his gritty and grated Griselda debut, he collaborated with both lone producers and groups, traded bars with lauded pens, and injected much-needed life into an aging rap crew. With Kiss, The Ring receiving universal acclaim, Rome’s next few years should be just as exciting as the last.

Nickname Rome Streetz
Net Worth 2023 $1 million
Debut Album I Been Thru Mad Shit
Age 35yrs

How old is the rapper Rome Streetz?

Rome Streetz is a 35-year-old New York MC who rose to prominence in 2016 with his debut mixtape I Been Thru Mad Shit and is signed to Griselda Records.


Is Rome Streetz in Griselda?

Rome officially signed with Griselda in 2021, and on September 30, fans were rewarded with his debut album under the Griselda moniker.

Who produced Rome Streetz Kiss the Ring?

Westside Gunn, the executive producer and “curator” of Streetz’s Griselda debut, Kiss the Ring, has stepped in to help.

Rome Streetz – “Kiss the Ring” review

This is New York emcee Rome Streetz’s seventh official full-length album. After making a name for himself in 2016 with the release of his debut mixtape I have Been Thru Mad Shit, Noise Kandy tetralogy & Headcrack were among the many projects that followed. He released some of his best work to date last year, from the DJ Muggs-produced Death & the Magician or the Futurewave-produced Razor’s Edge to the Ransom-assisted collaborative effort Coup de Grâce and the subsequent Griselda Records agreement. However, after Pyrex Pot Poetry appeared out of nowhere earlier this summer and Rome revealed it had been released without his consent.

Rome declares himself to be such in “Big Steppa,” a piano/boom bap opener produced by Camoflauge Monk, while Conductor Williams’ “Heart on Froze” features an unhinged instrumental and talks about demeaning his rivals. Conway the Machine joins for the gritty “Soulja Boy” talking about their boys wyling like Big Draco himself, but “In Too Deep” incorporates some vibraphones confessing that he was drowning before he learned to swim.

On “Tyson Beckford,” in contrast, Rome appears over some dingy drums and synths from Daringer and says that experience will really teach you about the game before Denny LaFlare’s vibraphone- and boom-bap-laced “Destiny Child” asks you to watch him cook since he has the recipe. Before “Ugly Balenciagas” blends a sax & vocal loop to call his competition trap, the flute-tinged “Blow 4 Blow” talking about cocaine features Benny the Butcher and Stove God Cook$.

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