You Probably Never Heard Asher Roth Like This Before (Audio)

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If Queen Latifah can make vocal Jazz albums, and Heavy D can make Reggae albums, the confines of genre should have been eradicated in Hip-Hop years ago. With one solo album under his belt, and an EP with Nottz, Asher Roth has been a “known” artist for just over five years.

With his now third-titled sophomore solo LP RetroHash coming, the Philly suburb artist continues his relationship with Blended Babies in chipping away at a trippy sound that feels kinda in the TV On The Radio wheel-house, with some shape-shifting raps in between the drawn out chorus. Hip-Hop and its players continue to evolve.


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