‘I work my ass off’ is a saying that really needs a soundtrack. It’s something most of us do yet rarely get credit for. And now it has one in the form of this exclusive premiere titled ‘IWMAO’ by partners in dime known as RoQy TyRaiD & DJ Green Lantern.

I can clearly see from my end as a reviewer that artists such as RoQy and DJGL really do work their asses off and it really shows in this song and video. The beat is electric and the rhymes are eclectic and the combination is like matter and antimatter colliding. There is sure to be an explosion of ecstatic creativity bursting out of every seam and dousing the listener with the fire of fury and the petrol of profoundness.

This is not empty boasting; this is overflowing originality at it’s finest.

About ‘IMWAO’
‘IWMAO’ is the third visual off the incredible mixtape ‘Outbreak’ by RoQy TyRaiD, and the legendary DJ Green Lantern.

Enter the twilight zone, and experience this visual feast…

‘IWMAO’ (I Work My Ass Off) serves as a canvas for RoQy TyRaiD to paint vivid imagery; braggadocios depictions of his creative manifestation leaning on the side of “mythic,” metaphor-laden manifestos, and other displays of artistic showmanship.

This Nameless-produced track takes it back to the level of showmanship expected from the ‘King of The Desert’, and what better way to capture this supernatural occurrence than through the eyes of renowned director Sammy Black of VibeGood Films.

RoQy TyRaiD is quickly proving himself to continuously push boundaries whilst delivering what critics are defining as some of the best art of the year. This is the sister release to the rave anthem ‘FCC Approved’, a US rap / UK grime fusion which psychoanalyzes Trump and heeds the warning to Mike Pence’s anti-humanitarianism. This Swifta Beater remix acknowledges it’s own controversial existence and potential to be silenced

He works his ass off, and we are all along for the ride!

‘Outbreak’ is out now and is available HERE.

Song produced by Gavin “Nameless” Cotton.

Video directed by Sammy Black of VibeGood Films.