Clapham Junction’s Skeamer has come through with his debut album dubbed Black Roses.
The fifteen-track project begins with the introspective “When It Rains It Pours” which acts a preview of the gritty and gripping raps which pervade the rest of the LP.
Street life, grief, fatherhood and poverty are just a few of the themes explored on the project, allowing Skeamer to exhibit his range and depth as an artist.
As well as featuring recently released tracks such as “Pride” featuring Ard Adz and “Stay Real” with Scorcher and Snap Capone, the LP also features fresh material and brand-new collabs with Potter Payper, Stardom and his fellow OJB guys.
Be sure to listen to Black Roses below.