RND Freeman and Jupleci are rapidly building their resume in the rap world. After several successful collaborations including “Phony” and “Dead Weight,” the rap duo aiming for royalty have just dropped their hottest track to date, “Picasso.” Born and raised in Montreal, Jupleci is of full Haitian descent while RND Freeman, born and raised in Ottawa is of Cameroonian descent. Their multi-cultural background undoubtedly enriches their sound, flow, and mindset, but also their reach in terms of relatability for strengthening their connection with the fans. Jupleci is currently inspired by the likes of 6lack, Roddy Rich and Ty Dolla Sign while RND Freeman’s sound is influenced by the likes of Wiz Khalifa, ASAP Rocky, Young Thug, Lil Uzi and Future. His music varies from the likes of Young Thug with melodic ballads to Dave East in strongly worded bars. Together, Jupleci and RND Freeman bring the best of both worlds, and the result is as powerful as it is visually appealing, especially on the visuals they just dropped for “Picasso.” The music video revolved around the rappers acting as sports commentators playing around while dropping their verses. Both RND Freeman and Jupleci are RunAway Generation artists, and fans can expect much more from them this year, both with their respective solo projects as well as new collaborative efforts, so make sure to keep an eye on them.
February 09, 2021