Peter Rosenberg has officially unleashed his highly collaborative new body of work Real Late. The project spans 13 tracks and boasts a long roster of names, including spitters like Styles P, Smoke DZA, Mayhem Lauren, Ghostface Killah, and many more.
Back in January, Rosenberg teamed up with Stove God Cooks and Flee Lord for the project’s first single “Marcus Smart,” named after the Boston Celtics basketball player of the same name. He then followed that up with “Stain,” a BVLVM and JR Swiftz-produced offering that features Griselda head honcho Westside Gunn. On the latter track, Gunn has the honors of closing out the song with his final bars to leave impact:
The baddest bitch I ever fucked, I forgot her name (I forgot her name)/ Shoot your block solo, it’s not a game (Shit not a game) I’m talkin’ blood everywhere, all type of brains (All type of brains)
I’m sayin’ stain on stain on top of stain (Brrrr) the baddest bitch I ever fucked, I forgot her name (I forgot her name)/ Shoot your block solo, it’s not a game (Shit not a game) I’m talkin’ blood everywhere, all type of brains (All type of brains)
Real Late will follow What’s Poppin’ Vol. 1 and New York Renaissance, two mixtapes that Rosenberg released in 2011 and 2013, respectively. In an interview with the University of Maryland’s independent student publication The Diamondback, the media talent spoke on that the forthcoming body of work means to him. “The music is just a constant thing,” he says. “I think that’s why I love it, because it makes me so happy and I get so much joy from it. This project, more than anything I do, just speaks to the core of who I am as a person.”
Be sure to check out Peter Rosenberg’s brand new album Real Late.