Fairest of them all
Emerging artist, Ro Ransom, is back again with a new single that will be sure to take you on a trip. Ro Ransom drops his record “Prettiest” ft. Jazz Cartier and produced by Tim Suby.
With an eerie violin-beginning, Ransom guides you along his mysterious track of self-indulgence and mischief of the urban nightcrawler.
Let the unknown begin, let the darkness take you, and the let the vibes fill the space. With a Travis $cott feel, the artist epitomizes the sound of raw indifference and bold grunge. Beat by beat, luring its way into your sultry day dreams, the hip-hopper sings “Take a model home, then I f**k her ’til she’s hideous”.
The rapper originates from New York, and his dynamic musical stylings are what brought him success. This past year, he co-wrote the track “Let’s Go” for the latest buzz in R&B/pop, Khalid, as well as toured alongside the new pop songstress Dua Lipa. His own “See Me Fall” visual has received over 5M views alone, and his last release “Doppelganger” won its place in the esteemed Spotify playlist ‘Most Necessary’.
Along with all of these achievements comes an underlying plan that is no longer hidden from us! The forthcoming project, titled Momentum, is in the works, and Zane Lowe started us listeners off by kickstarting his new single. “Prettiest” was immediately reviewed by HighSnobiety, and gained high recognition for being associated with this rising artist.
Suby, the mastermind behind the production (and who also produced Childish Gambino’s “Candler Road”), combines with Ransom’s chilling falsettos as Toronto-based Jazz Cartier, crushes the words that fire off his lips and into our ear drums. Together, this deadly trio build a composition of darkened, battered wonderland.