It’s been a while since we’ve heard anything new from Rozzi, but the Hartford-bred artist emerges from his hiatus with “UNO Anthem PT. 2,” once again using his craft to put on for his home. With the new release, it becomes clear from the jump that Rozzi has not only not missed a step, he’s pushed his game to a new level.
Kicking off with an impactful sample of Prince from 2000, Rozzi laces the rolling, brooding production with a laid back but powerful delivery. You can feel the passion and the rawness radiating from Rozzi’s prose as he shines a prideful light on his people, kicking knowledge while lifting up the community he holds close to his heart. With CA$E’s instrumentation serving as an accent over the force of his flow, Rozzi showcases the lyrical prowess he posses – there’s nothing pseudo about the wokeness of his content, but he delivers each bar with an energy that’ll hit all walks of life square in the depths of their psyche.
“UNO Anthem PT. 2” is backed by a visual treatment that manifests courtesy of Danny Rivera. Capturing the same energy of the track itself, the accompanying video displays the love, power and respect that’s thriving in Rozzi’s environment. We all have darkness and evil around us but those shadows will never eliminate the omnipresence of our light. The visual is shot entirely in black and white, save for a quick stream of color, adding an engaging touch to the viewing experience.
Watch “UNO Anthem PT. 2” below.