Remble – Where’s Remble

Hip-hop’s most mysterious rapper Remble returns with the appropriately titled new single “Where’s Remble?” Bold, matter-of-fact, and bitingly clever, the track marks the beginning of a new era for the talented MC.

“We’re having escargot, you know,” Remble spits over an angelic xylophone hook and addictive beats, adding: “Those Percocets are gonna wear off, you know — they only get along because they share ops, you know.” The playful yet potent wordplay finds the rapper channeling various points of view, skewering the L.A. hip-hop scene with the skill of surgeon. In the video, Remble remains elusive while fans, friends, and foes summon a search party to find him. It’s a reminder that Remble is relevant everywhere he goes.

“Where’s Remble?” arrives soon after “child of GOD,” his striking collaboration with Blxst. Prior to that, Remble released “Rocc Climbing” featuring Lil Yachty and his lauded 2021 debut mixtape It’s Remble. The 13-track project has features from Mozzy, Drakeo the Ruler, BlueBucksClan, and more. It also features “Touchable,” a menacing song that went viral on social media. The video for the track, which has become a TikTok favorite, has collected over 38 million views on YouTube.

Now, with “Where’s Remble?,” the rap innovator announces his return with gusto — showcasing his wit and wisdom while laying down an infectious melody. It’s evident that Remble’s still here, and he isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. Expect to hear a lot of new music from Remble in 2023.

The 23-year-old rising San Pedro MC Remble, born Eunique Cooper Remble, started making music in high school. His smooth, nonchalant approach on any track, followed by some eyebrow raising wordplay, got instant reactions from the hip-hop community and kept him motivated to keep at it. After graduation, Remble decided to put both feet in and go full force in his pursuit of a music career. His first big drop, “Fortnite,” got fan’s attention and Remble went on to release a series of songs to showcase his talent. Remble’s music has shown continued progression, and he’s grown his fanbase with every new drop. The SoCal native’s talent and buzz landed him his Drakeo The Ruler verse on “Ruth’s Chris Freestyle” earlier this year, generating over 20 million views. Remble followed up with a solo track “Gordon Ramsay Freestyle” which has hit over 19 million views and received attention from Pitchfork as the “must-hear rap song of the day.” For an artist who is new to the scene, he’s already doing 1.8M streams per week, has over 182k Instagram followers with engagement in the top 95%.

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