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Rockstar

by Rockwila

Winner of All Out Show's (feat. Rude Jude and Lord Sear) Hate it or Love it segment on Sirius Satellite radio Shade45 in September 2012.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Underground Rap
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
L7 is a lyrical collection of original Hip-Hop songs with a slight rock influence through the live
instrument sounds in the composition. The singles from L7 were released in October 2012 with the
full EP set to release later in the year. In September 2012, one of the singles titled “Rockstar” won
Hate It or Love It, a segment on the All Out Show on Sirius satellite radio’s Shade45, which
features radio personalities Rude Jude and Lord Sear.
In the interest on being the self-proclaimed voice for the Average Joe, L7 also features “One in a
Million, an edgy anthem that pays homage to being unique and “Geek Squad” a song depicting a
revolution for geeks and nerds alike.


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Jason Randall Smith

The sampled drums on this cut could fill an arena with its bass kick that punche
A song like “Rockstar” was made for S. Jones’s brand of beat making, which plays heavily with live elements over programmed beats. The sampled drums on this cut could fill an arena with its bass kick that punches you square in the chest and snares that crack like fireworks. Guitar-led melodies ride the big beat with caution in their chords, which are acknowledged by Rockwila’s first-person perspective of an artist’s rise and fall before fans and the media. Dreams of making it big soon turn into nightmares, a scenario mirrored by the song’s most insightful line: “To experience the highs, gotta go through the lows.”

-Jason Randall Smith