Roy Banks smoothly sings an experience in “March 7”

If you’re into classic, genre-bursting rap, Roy Banks’s “March 7” is the song for you. With a neo soul-like delivery that just warms your heart, Banks sing-raps to his heart’s content. It’s one of the smoothest songs that you’ll hear in 2020, driven by the timeless melodies and shivering timbre. Banks’s ability to describe a…

Roy Banks marches to his own drum on “Come Thru”

Roy Banks floats over a booming instrumental on “Come Thru,” a song that previously premiered in his May Mayhem series. He’s confident in his style and image, and it shows in just exactly what he spits here and how he spits it. You’re going to love his raps, and you realize that you don’t even need him…

Roy Banks is in love with the process in “1 Of A Kind”

Roy Banks is in love with hip-hop; he wakes up and breathes its presence and then goes and practices it in his spare time. His new release, “1 Of A Kind,” feels like an ode to the process, so much so that he says outright that he loves it. You can hear his infatuation with…

Roy Banks seeks a listening ear in “Someone To Vent To”

Roy Banks’s dissects the idea of fame in his May Mayhem release, “Someone To Vent To.” Over a mellow and chill beat, the Chicago rapper explains the comparison of the Walk of Fame to the Walk of Shame and how they’re practically the same thing. There’s something inherently smooth about his bars that make your…

Roy Banks is headed to the top on “Rewind”

There’s a silky elegance to Roy Banks’s “Rewind.” The Chicago rapper’s introspective rhymes are on full display in this release from his May Mayhem series that follows him exploring the journey to the top, looking for a glimmer of hope in the midst of an uncertain present. It’s powerful stuff that you’ll instantly feel. Check…