Brooklyn's own melodic maestro dishes his own good tune about the ladies in his radio friendly track entitled "My Girl," which is directed by Jynx Million and produced by Australia's own M-Phazes.
The rap-singing wunderkind gives his fans another visual treat in the form of "My Girl," which looks to be inspired by the popular VH1 reality show Love And Hip-Hop.
On the track, RRose RRome proves himself to be the everyday ladies man that makes things happen not only in the streets, but in the bedroom as well. The song also explicitly explains his romantic fantasies about the industry's hottest R&B chicks such as Rihanna and Beyoncé to celebreality stars like Tahiry Jose and Amber Rose.
To find out what other sexy dimes are talked about in this song, enjoy the Jynx Million directed video below:
The Canarsie, Brooklyn crooner-slash-rapper is also accompanied in this video by Coco Francesca, a well known face in the game. RRome has been flooding the streets heavy with his fellow Brooklyn partner-in-rhyme, Uncle Murda. The duo's scorching single "What's The Word" has received props all over the e-streets and the real ones, as well.
RRose RRome's forthcoming mixtape, Take This Serious, is helmed by New York's own DJ Absolut.