Jep Roadie’s “SuperHereoes” just might be the best song you hear today, and tomorrow, too…
Jep Roadie is a 23 year old New England native, whose favorite color is orange. The multi-talented Cape Verdean emcee brings back the lost art of emceeing–moving the crowd–on his latest track, “SuperHeroes”.
“SuperHeroes” is a smooth, soulful record. Jep did not only the bars, but the hook as well.
“Speaking as the “lone wolf” that they always refer to, I can tell you what comes of seclusion. Plenty of self awareness and the yearning to save. Not in the way most “rappers” use the term nowadays. But in the traditional sense. Actually saving someone’s life. Of course, it is just an extension of our overall humanity and willingness to put others before ourselves. Nonetheless, I did not choose to save. I do not like to save. I simply need to save. It cannot be controlled. By day, I can’t really stand most human interaction. I find most to be self absorbed and simply lost. Most are lost because of the devices used to distract the world. But by night, I am the one howling at the moon in hopes it will reply. I don’t do this for recognition. I do not do this for monetary gain. It would be much easier to rob a bank than to become a superstar. I pretty much do this for a family member, I am yet to meet. I do it so that a lost soul may be revived by one of these recordings. The lone wolf always seems to be lonely. But maybe inside his heart, lives the voices of all. This is no sermon. I am not preaching. This is no attempt at being something I am not. I am writing this in hopes that someone will relate. That someone will understand what I am saying or how I feel. Until then, I will continue to write these songs. Everyone is a Super Hero in someone’s eyes. Ideas like that make life worth living. I love you. Sincerely, A 90′s baby, who was given PTSD.”