Downlaod Mayor Of The Streets Album by Rah Swish
Brooklyn rapper, Rah Swish lives and breathes his city’s streets. Ready to mark his territory with a hard-hitting series of songs, Rah announces Mayor Of The Streets, his next project. Rah Swish is among the next wave of Brooklyn drill rappers making noise and just ahead of the release of his Mayor Of The Streets album, Rah reveals he’s getting a few heavy hitters to join him.
Crackling and action-packed, Rah Swish’s music is a fast-moving, aggressive, and danceable strain of the drill sound that’s currently sweeping the Five Boroughs. Slickly sliding between wobbly 808s and skittering snares, Rah Swish proves that he’s one of NYC’s most charismatic emcees, projecting a supernatural aura of confidence with his nimble flows and energetic ad-libs.
Along with the announcement of the album, Rah shares “WOO It Again,” his latest single. “WOO It Again” is a sonic switch-up for Rah Swish, trading in drill’s trademark synths for a combo of fuzzy electric guitar and freewheeling drums that evokes the best of Black Sabbath.
After honoring his friend Pop Smoke on his 2020 project WOO Forever, Rah is reloading with guest appearances from Smokepurpp and fellow Brooklyn native Ron Suno on Mayor Of The Streets. The album, due out on June 11th, features the previously released singles “WOO Back” and “WOO IT AGAIN.”
The album isn’t the only new endeavor for the BK product. Rah is set to star in the upcoming short film BK Juice alongside Suno, Kevin Eubanks and more. The film arrives on June 2, more than a week before Mayor To The Streets arrives on streaming platforms and will be home to recent singles from the WOO-affiliated rapper, including “Warm Ups“ and “WOO Back“. Featuring appearances from fellow New Yorkers Ron Suno, Fetty Luciano, Leeky G Bando, and Young Costomado, and production from NYC legends the Trackmasters, along with local figures like Jbanga, Jetz, and more.
Rah Swish grew up like a lot of kids in BK did, surrounded by friends who dabbled in rap. That same crew of people are the ones that piqued Rah’s own interest in the art form. As a result, Rah got his start rapping much later start than most other rappers in the game.