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Mirrors and Smoke
Royce Diamond’s sophomore album Mirrors and Smoke sticks with the same catchiness of his previous lyrics, but many of the tracks have a more serious, if not slightly darker, undertone. If we were to try to deduct a message within the music, it’d be: nothing personal, just business.
He calls on fellow artists (Phantom and Louiz Rip) and speaks to the struggle of not only rappers, producers, or entertainers paving a creative path, but entrepreneurial spirits on any level. He speaks to the power of the grind and how unglamorous that life can be. Although he’s been in the music business for over fifteen years, he’s turned the corner with Mirrors and Smoke and could easily subtitle the album The Maturation of Royce Diamond.
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