Omar Keita AKA Ramo, a new Congolese-American rapper has just released a new mixtape ‘Typical Week’ via Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes. Ramo was raised in Teaneck, New Jersey after his family fled Congo in search of a better life in the US.
Ramo who finds inspiration from Biggie Smalls and Lil Cease, had a brief stint behind bars at the age of 14, following an altercation and has now changed his life around to practice and master his craft.
“Typical Week” is a great example of how Ramo’s past experiences have molded him into the artist he is today. Ramo separates himself from his peers by focusing on more in-depth subject matters often lost in today’s commercial rap records. “Typical Week” touches on real life struggles with entertaining skits, tight flows, and on point freestyles.
To learm more about Ramo, visit his official Facebook.
Source: Coast 2 Coast