PREMIERE: Rosati “Pyramid Silhouette” Video

Can you feel something in the air? Like something is right on the verge of happening. #TheWinners have been making moves that are about to culminate in some big looks for the end of 2017 and the start of 2018. And right at the forefront of the movement with the crew’s founders is relative newcomer Rosati. While his music was starting to pick up some momentum when he was still in his hometown of Boston, his career has really started to flourish with a move out to L.A.

He’s been dropping a string of loosies this summer that another MC might tuck away for his proper album. Most have been with Xtreme, the producer behind Raekwon’s latest single, but he’s also laced a couple of beats by the dusty-fingered villains, DirtyDiggs. If you didn’t hear “Pyramid Silhouette” when we premiered the track in July, you have been missing out. On the cut, Rosati kicks his smooth mafioso flow with equal parts “knowledge of self” and hardcore content.

The visuals for “Pyramid Silhouette” include footage of a footwear factory that manufactures Clarks cut with Rosati strolling around L.A. in Wallys on a sunny day. He pulls double duty here, rapping and directing the vid. We doubt this one cost much to make but it has a professional feel that can be attributed to Rosati’s eye and tight editing by DirtyDiggs… You read right, the DD Bros. can cut and chop film like they do fresh samples. If you not on Rosati’s wave yet, catch up.

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