Young L.A. rapper Casey Veggies has made his second big move in the past year. First he signed with Roc Nation for management, and now he's got himself a spot on Sylvia Rhone's new label, Vested in Culture (VIC).  He'll be joining female rapper Kat Dahlia, as well as another West Coast artist, Cashius Green on the label.

This news comes shortly after he dropped off his aptly-titled mixtape, Life Changes. Casey's new home, VIC, is a joint venture with Epic Records so along with help from Rhone, who has been in the music business for 25 years, Casey will also be backed by music heavyweight L.A. Reid, who is C.E.O. and Chairman of Epic.

Casey Veggies is currently working on his untitled debut album, which is expected sometime in 2013.