Aaron Rose & Nyck Caution – Thrilla [Audio]

Pro Era reps Aaron Rose and Nyck Caution join forces on a new one called “Thrilla”.

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Aaron Rose – All About You [Audio]

Pro Era’s Aaron Rose shares the Latrell James produced “All About You”. Hear it below.

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Aaron Rose – Showoff Radio Freestyle [Video]

Pro Era’s Aaron Rose drops a freestyle on Showoff Radio with Statik Selektah.

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Aaron Rose – Elixir [EP]

Pro Era’s Aaron Rose (formerly known as A La $ole) finally liberates his new EP, “Elixir”. Take a listen below and make sure to pick up a copy on iTunes.

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Aaron Rose – Parkside Ave [Audio]

Take a trip to Pro Era rapper Aaron Rose’s stomping grounds on “Parkside Ave,” the grimy new single from his much anticipated new EP, ‘Elixir.’ Whereas previous single “Swank Corleone” was a straight-up banger, “Parkside Ave” showcases the Brooklyn artist’s ability to flow effortlessly over a grittier instrumental. It comes courtesy of J57, who provided a majority of the beats on ‘Elixir.’ And on this track, his production is all murk and head-nodding drums. Of course, the artist formerly known as A La $ole uses the Boom bap backdrop to his advantage, especially when nearly blacking out during the final verse. It’s another impressive display of just how technically gifted Rose is as an emcee, but more importantly, it’s another reminder that Elixir is shaping up to be one of the year’s finest Hip-Hop releases. “Parkside Ave” can now be streamed, and is available for download as the second instant grat track off the iTunes pre-order for ‘Elixir,’ which drops next Friday, December 16th, via Coalmine Records.

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Aaron Rose – Swank Corleone [Audio]

Pro Era member Aaron Rose delivers a tough-as-nails new heater, ”Swank Corleone,” that also serves as the lead single off his long-awaited EP, ‘Elixir.’ While a majority of the EP is produced by fellow Brooklynite J57, “Swank Corleone” finds Rose collaborating with Boston artist Latrell James. And the result is one of the heaviest tracks the emcee has released to date. He has his own rhymes to thank for that, because he blends ridiculous wordplay with an even crazier flow that he rattles off over massive bass and moody piano keys. The skittering instrumental is the perfect complement to Rose’s bars, which combine tough-talk bravado (“My ni**a, I’m very clever/ Let me guess, you too?) with some shots aimed at his critics. Just peep these lines: “Step into my ring, get boxed in/ The most diverse, but they sayin’ we boxed in/ So even if you drop a pin, you couldn’t find me.” You may think you know what Rose and his Pro Era cohorts have to offer, but you’d also be dead wrong. “Swank Corleone” can now be streamed, and is available for download as the first instant grat track off the iTunes pre-order for ‘Elixir,’ which drops Dec.

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