London Newcomer Romell Gets Candid In Thought-Provoking Release “Yesterday’s Problems”

Elle Evans

By Elle Evans

Elle Evans

30 Jul 2021

Posing as an artist to watch, London’s very own rising artist, Romell, has returned with the visuals to his latest thought-provoking rap cruiser named, “Yesterday’s Problems”.

Through discovering his love for music and writing bars around the age of 17, since then Romell has been perfecting his craft and in turn created a unique stamp of his own. Following up from his previous release titled, “Half Awake”, the rising emcee has returned in full swing with this candid and thought-provoking track.

Glossing the bass-heavy and skittering production courtesy of Trey Qua with ease, “Yesterday’s Problems” accommodates an underlying soulful element that adds to the candid feel that runs throughout. Romell’s signature gruff tone takes centre stage as he navigates the listener through his self-assured bars, “You can turn a curse into a blessing / You can turn the worst into a message / I can turn a verse into a shelling / Make your favourite rapper start sweating”, he raps effortlessly.

Speaking on the release Romell stated, “This song is a realisation for me. it’s an expression of all sorts situations I’ve been in throughout my life, I guess it’s sort of a commentary on how I deal with things that I go through… write them down and spit them out. Yesterday’s problems means that I don’t have to worry about them anymore, I’ve left them in the past.”

Watch the visuals for “Yesterday’s Problems” above.