DMV standout King Rosè is back in the cut once again with a pensive little ditty called "Dear June." The track shows a more serious side of Rosè that we don't see on "210," his turnt-up single that premiered on EARMILK late last year. The chilled-out instrumental on "Dear June" — served up by Dejuan Crooks — sets the table for Rosè to speak his mind while flexing his versatility on the M-I-C.
Rosè, who stays out in D.C., flaunts a refreshing style on "Dear June"; he packs the track to the brim with real-life bars, squeezes in some slick one-liners and tops it all off with a dope mafioso refrain that pulls everything together nicely. Overall, it's a solid drop from Rosè, who continues to make noise in the underground, and we're eager to see what he has planned for his next banger.