Tag: Rockie Fresh
Produced by Martin $ky
This is super cold. Martin collabs with MMG and Chi City representer Rockie Fresh on “Estate.” Larger stakes on large estates, indeed. Martin continues to elevate the sound of his production and on “Estate,” and he proves that he’s getting better by the day. This kid is a force to be reckoned with — but we already told you that. Also, shouts to Rockie for blessing him with this inspired bars. Grab it below.
Look for Martin’s new project to drop later this year and as of now the sole features are Rockie and Casey Veggies.
Produced by Yung Lan.
MMG representers Rockie Fresh and Stalley join Migos and QC affiliate Rich The Kid on “Thousand Times”, a new joint lifted from Rich’s newly released Feels Good To Be Rich mixtape.
Check out “Thousand Times” below and grab Feels Good To Be Rich, which also features an appearance from Jeremih, right here.
Bruza The Genera returns with another drop, “All My N*ggas Paid”, from his forthcoming Back Pack Trap. This time around, Bruza gets a little help from Rockie Fresh.
Listen to what Bruza and Rockie cooked up below. Back Pack Trap coming soon. Respect to Respect.
Who run it? Well, besides Three Six Mafia, I’d have to say Rockie Fresh and The Hood Internet. As part of Dr. Pepper’s One Of A Kind Studio Sessions, the Chicago production duo joined forces with a slew of artists for a sponsored EP. The EP dropped today, and you can download it in full below. But we most definitely wanted to highlight this heater they put together with fellow Chicagoan Rockie Fresh. We run things.
Produced by D. Rich.
While the Heat and Spurs go toe-to-toe on the hardwood, Rockie Fresh joins his MMG familia on part dos of 2011’s “Finals”. Listen below.
Today, Dr. Pepper rolls out their latest endeavor, the One of a Kind Studio Sessions EP. This project pairs four emerging artists with dope producers to create magic in the studio. On the first EP, acts such as Tinashe and Robert Delong were paired with the RZArector for a slew of dope new records on the free. Call us biased, but our personal favorite is the joint featuring Chicago’s own Rockie Fresh. The RZA and Rockie Fresh? Yeah, that’s correct. See what they cooked up below, and download the full project here. BONG!
Keep your eyes peeled for the next EP, which was handled by The Hood Internet.