Upcoming act RPxSB is composed of San Francisco childhood friends and sons of immigrants Roddy Picante and Stay-Bizzy. Growing up in working class San Francisco during the '90s and early 2000's, they've seen their City go from colorful hub of artists and diverse backgrounds to a tech bubble of gentrification and rising property prices. They embody the old SF, that still lives in most of the residential neighborhoods and mom & pop shops, you just got to know somebody that's from there. Bizz tends use wit and word play to key on family dynamics and growing up poor, while Roddy counters with clever rhymes and cadence giving the perspective a young adult juggling life's responsibilities, friends, family, relationships, and activities typically partaken on the weekends. It's 90's rap with infused tones of indie and Bay Area energy, drawing from favorites such as Toro y Moi, Mac Dre, and Dom Kennedy. It's a range that's hard to encapsulate, but RPxSB does it effortlessly as it is who they are at their core. Following the release of his newest single "Blocked", he projects a very booming single that will truly grasp your ears. Beginning with upbeat instrumentation leading onto his sweet and full vocals he completes the track entirely. Explaining the single further it's about a break-up song from the jaded minds of RPxSB. A little bit of anger, sadness, guilt, rationalization, defiance - all the things we feel fresh off a break-up. The first line of the song sets the tone. "I might of fucked up but it's your fault" but is it really?. To the vocals and production, this track will surely have your head nodding. Being just perfect for a late night drive or even chilling smoking a J. Go stream "Blocked" and check out his discography which is filled with amazing tracks.