New York, NY - October 23, 2008 - In a conversation between the talented West Coast MC Roccett, his manager and business partner Rick Edwards (Get Your Green Up Ent.), and Kinky B (CTE), it was stated that the 22-year-old rapper officially joined the USDA crew and will be a major part of the upcoming USDA album.
The United Streets Dopeboyz of America (USDA) consists of Hip-Hop superstar and multi-platinum artist Young Jeezy, Slick Pulla and Blood Raw. The group's founder, Atlanta-based rapper Young Jeezy, officially brought the group mainstream after his departure from Boyz N Da Hood.
In addition, Roccett revealed that the group is currently recording for the new yet-untitled album, the follow up to 2007's "Cold Summer", that reached #4 on the Billboard 200 chart and #1 on the Top Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. The new addition to the USDA crew is working hard to provide premium material and a West Coast touch to the anticipated new set. Furthermore Roccett said that he is also in the booth recording for his debut album that can be expected in 2009 and for a new street album.
Roccett, born and raised in the rugged streets of Carson, CA. is a longtime member of Young Jeezy's CTE West unit and created a huge buzz on the West Coast over the years, especially with his highly acclaimed street album "Corporate America". Roccett embodies what many West Coast rap fans love, while at the same time displaying a versatility that makes him appealing to hip-hop fans across the world.
Official Website: www.roccett.com
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