The rapper additionally launched a brand new single and video known as "No Satisfaction."
Rostrum Records has signed rapper Rockie Fresh to a multi-album deal, the label introduced on Tuesday (Oct. 23). The information coincides with the Chicago native’s launch (Oct. 23) of his new single and video "No Satisfaction."
“No Satisfaction” is the lead single from Rockie Fresh’s forthcoming debut album. The set will function collaborations with Chris Brown, 24hrs and others.
“Rockie has lengthy been an artist I’ve admired,” mentioned Rostrum founder and President Benjy Grinberg in an announcement. “And I’m proud that we will be part of historical past in releasing his official debut album. Over the course of creating this venture, I've gotten to know Rockie effectively. He’s not solely an unimaginable artist but in addition an exquisite particular person. It’s actually particular whenever you discover each of these qualities in somebody. I can’t wait for everybody to listen to this music.”
Added Fresh: “I’ve all the time had loads of respect for Benjy and the system he’s constructed at Rostrum. Now that we're working collectively, I totally perceive why he’s been so profitable in constructing the careers of a few of my favourite artists. His belief in my imaginative and prescient has allowed me to be in a fantastic place whereas creating this upcoming album. I might say that the long run could be very vibrant for each Rostrum and myself.”
Previously signed to Rick Ross’ Maybach Music Group in 2012, Fresh has collaborated with a various vary of artists from Ross, J. Cole, Meek Mill and Nipsey Hussle to Ty Dolla $ign, Ed Sheeran and Hit-Boy. Fresh first hit the nationwide scene in 2009 along with his mixtape Rockie’s Modern Life. To date Fresh has earned eight.5 million on-demand streams, in line with Nielsen Music.
Launched in 2003, impartial label Rostrum Records additionally counts Innanet James, Taliwhoah, Caleb Brown and Lambo Anlo amongst its eclectic roster of R&B and hip-hop expertise.