Toronto, ON – Toronto HipHop artist Roney released his highly anticipated new album, “PAIN” and his 150,000 monthly listeners agree it was worth the wait. “PAIN” follows the artist’s Apple Music chart topping album, “Different Route” which peaked #16 in HipHop/Rap category. Roney’s singles have reached over 3 million on Spotify. His music is supported by Spotify editorial playlists, WSHH and major music blogs, for a good reason. His previous single “Forget About Me” was featured on WordStar’s YouTube channel as a WSHH Exclusive. The video currently has over 2,000,000+ views and 3,000,000+ streams on all music platforms. And the artist has not slowed down. Earlier this year, Roney was a part of the award winning “Wish I Could” project produced by respected Canadian music producer, Dub J. The hit single also features Maestro Fresh Wes, Bizz Loc, JD Era, JRDN & Turk. The project speaks out against Toronto gun violence. Music is a apart of Roney’s life and the artist faces his truth in “PAIN.”
“PAIN” hits home and hits deep for Roney. Following his mother’s stage 4 cancer diagnosis he felt helplessness and regret. Growing up in an at-risk community, dealing with his own mistakes and having lost many friends to violence, Roney thought he knew pain… but this was very different. He was unprepared for his mother’s diagnosis. Roney thought he could handle anything. “PAIN” displays a darker and often fearful side of the man … a deeply personal message of a mother’s son.
“PAIN” by Roney is out now and available on all music platforms.
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Written by: Nexxlegacy