Rockie Fresh Songs

I Just Might (Freestyle)
I Just Might (Freestyle)
Rockie Fresh
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Rockie Fresh has made a strong resurgence in the game these past few weeks thanks to the success of his latest mixtape The Night I Went Too… Looking to keep the momentum going, the MMG rapper released the track “Stars & Lights” last week, and now he’s back again
Stars and Lights
Stars and Lights
Rockie Fresh Feat. BJ The Chicago Kid
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Rockie Fresh just dropped his project The Night I Went To… in January, but he’s already got another fantastic track in form of "Stars and Lights," a collaboration with BJ The Chicago Kid. So recent after his last project, the most logical explanation is that was left off his last mixtape. No confirmation on that from either Rockie or BJ’s camps though.
Call Me (When It's Over)
Call Me (When It's Over)
Rockie Fresh Feat. Chris Brown
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Of all tracks on Rockie Fresh's excellent new mixtape The Night I Went To..., the one that has the greatest chance of becoming a hit and propelling Rockie to uncharted heights is, by far, "Call Me (When It's Over") feat. Chris Brown.
Are You With Me?
Are You With Me?
Rockie Fresh Feat. Ed Sheeran
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With the clock striking midnight, Rockie Fresh kept his word and released his long awaited new mixtape today called The Night I Went To… Laced with 13 tracks in total, the project features guest appearances from Chris Brown, Rick Ross, and Ed Sheeran.
Don't Change
Don't Change
Rockie Fresh
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Rockie Fresh has a new project dropping next week, but before that arrives he's shared another new record from the effort. "Don't Change" is built off of a very soul-sampling template, but the heavily filterering of the vocal loop gives it an almost synthetic feel, bringing it into Rockie's sonic universe. 
Down To Roll
Down To Roll
Rockie Fresh
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Rockie Fresh has been dropping off hot new material each week since he announced his upcoming album The Night I Went To... He had been quiet for most of the 2015, but it seems the Chicago rapper used the hiatus to sharpen his sound, and his album is looking more promising with each new drop.
The Landing
The Landing
Rockie Fresh
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Coming out of Chicago, it's no surprise that Rockie Fresh is a Bulls fan, but the rapper took his team spirit to the next level when he released a new track just to celebrate their victory over the Toronto Raptors. If he's going to keep this up, we hope Chicago goes all the way, because "The Landing" is yet another impressive cut from the MMG rapper.
Thought About It
Thought About It
Rockie Fresh
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Having remained quiet for the most of 2015, MMG’s own Rockie Fresh is looking to close out the year on a much stronger note.
Aurora
Aurora
Rockie Fresh
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A couple of months ago, Rockie Fresh was nowhere to be seen, but now, after a series of rock-solid cuts off his upcoming album, The Night I Went To..., he's regained his reputation as one of MMG's most talented artists. A week after sharing "Too Long," Fresh returns today with two new songs -- the Hit-Boy-produced "All I Want" and "Aurora," produced by Chicago's Mike Daley.
All I Want
All I Want
Rockie Fresh
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Rockie Fresh is back with a vengence. After disappearing for a long minute, the rapper is making his return as we lead up to his new project The Night I Went To... The last record we heard off it was "Too Long," and today he hits us with not one but two new leaks.
Too Long
Too Long
Rockie Fresh
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Rockie Fresh is quickly reestablishing himself as a major component of the MMG lineup. In October, he dropped off his first new track of the year, "Thank You," featuring Rick Ross, and last month, he released a new song and video, "Tell Me," that will appear on his upcoming album The Night I Went To...
Thank You
Thank You
Rockie Fresh Feat. Rick Ross
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We haven't heard from Rockie Fresh at all this year, but he's back in a big way with a new single, "Thank You," featuring his boss at MMG, Rick Ross. The new record is an inspirational account of one's rap dreams coming to fruition and sounds much like a continuance of what we heard on Black Dollar. The production is gorgeous and will surely raise your spirits seconds after hitting play. 
Drugs In Me
Drugs In Me
Sicko Mobb Feat. Rockie Fresh
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Sicko Mobb placed themselves at the forefront of the Chicago bop scene with the release of Super Saiyan Vol. 1, and it earned them a deal from Swedish pop super-producers, Stargate. While there are probably some blockbuster-level singles on the way, the duo haven't gone Hollywood on us just yet, sharing "Drugs In Me," which continues right where the mixtape left off.
Quality Time
Quality Time
Skizzy Mars Feat. Rockie Fresh
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Skizzy Mars, a rising artist out of Manhattan is getting ready to drop a new project called The Red Balloon. While the effort goes up for pre-order as of tonight, Skizzy has shared an outtake from the album, linking up with MMG's Rockie Fresh for "Quality Time". Much like Rockie's material, Skizzy pulls from more electronic-leaning sounds for his production, and leans his raps into melody more often than not. The song is produced my Michael Keenan, and if the album is on the same level as this one, you can expect big things from Skizzy this year.
No Look
No Look
Smoko Ono Feat. Rockie Fresh, Saba & Jarred AG
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Smoko Ono is a Chicago producer you're probably not too familiar with yet, although he once produced a dope collabo between two Chi-town staples Tris J and Sir Michael Rocks, which we featured, "Good Shit Talkin," and even if you didn't hear that, it's likely you heard his production on Vic Mensa's
I Need
I Need
Rockie Fresh
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As of late, Rockie Fresh's music has been taking on a baroque character that somewhat resembles the Graduation-era work of another Chicago rapper. Following the lush, piano-led "Hesitate," Rockie's shared "I Need," a Peezy-produced track that makes use of similarly-styled strings.
Hesitate
Hesitate
Rockie Fresh
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Rockie Fresh decides to help our week move along with a new drop today, "Hesitate." The MMG rapper addresses haters and the industry politics on his new record. It's a relatively brief track, produced by Peezy & Cam, who build the cut around a 'wooh' vocal sample and piano keys. Rockie even rocks some auto-tune in the outro, as he promises he will get this shit (regardless). 
No Secret
No Secret
Audio Push Feat. Rockie Fresh
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The other week Audio Push reached a monumental amount of Twitter followers (40k to be precise), and they celebrated with their growing fanbase by releasing a mellow ode to marijuana, "Mary Jane." The record came with the announcement that the Hit-Boy-signed crew would be dropping weekly releases going forward.
Official
Official
Rockie Fresh
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Man, Rockie Fresh always gets the illest beats. He's worked with Lunice, THe Hood Internet, Boi-1da, MIDI Mafia, and of course, Hit-Boy, who provides the triumphant, horn-led production on "Official," a new freebie that Rockie shared on SoundCloud. In the same universe as Hit-Boy's beat for "Trophies," "Official" is a little slower and knottier than that Drake track, but that fits Rockie Fresh's delivery perfectly. His rapping feels off the cuff and unpredictable, switching up his flow on a dime and dropping ad-libs in over the hook.
We Run It
We Run It
Rockie Fresh
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Production duo and mash-up artists The Hood Internet are back today with Rockie Fresh rapping over their beat on "We Run It." Last week we saw The Hood Internet x Tinashe on "One Step Over", and just like that cut this one is also a part of The Hood Internet's new EP Out of The Ordinary. The EP was commissioned by Dr Pepper for their One of A Kind Studio Sessions campaign.