Compton artist AD joins forces with Rome Castille on the sizzling hot record / video “DFT$”


Compton artist, AD , and R&B up-and-comer, Rome Castille , dropped their hot, new record “Do For The Dough (DFT$).” The record, produced by Alvin Isaacs, is the first major release from Rome, who is known for his smooth, deep vocals and stylish sensibilities. The record, along with the sexy video, exposes some of the extreme measures women will take for money and to be surrounded by the high-rolling, celebrity lifestyle.

Rome Castille, who is said to be one of the hottest rising artists in the West Coast music scene, caught the attention of Pierre Music Group , founded by NBA star JaVale McGee (Golden State Warriors), who signed him to his label early in his career. Since that time Rome has been aligning himself with top artists and producers, and spending time in the studio working on his upcoming project, which is expected to drop at the end of the year.

Prior to dropping DFT$, AD released a video with YG for their hit single, “Thug,” which appears on the AD and @sorryJayNari project By The Way. The Compton artist is also featured on E-40‘s (@e40) latest single “On One.”

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King Vory feat. AD – Again

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With writing credits and vocals on Bryson Tiller’s breakout smash “Don’t” as well as Tiller’s “Break Bread,” 18 year old Louisville native King Vory is ready to step to the forefront with his upcoming mixtape Overdose. Vory’s most recent release, the title track “Overdose” has been a viral hit, about to hit 1 million streams on Soundcloud and has been heavily featured on OVO Sound Radio. Now Vory warms things up by releasing his AD collaboration “Again.” Produced by Nick E Beats (Fetty Wap “My Way”). King Vory’s mixtape Overdose hosted by Adrian Swish & DJ Radio releases July 1st.

Twitter: @IAmKingVory