Hailing from Broward county, DJ and producer Rojas’ most recent body of work has arrived in the 6-track EP Free Wifi. For those unfamiliar with Rojas, the multihyphenate has his namesake attached to accolades such as production credits on XXXTENTACION’s breakout “Look At Me” single and as fellow Floridian Lil Pump’s DJ.
Naturally, Free Wifi’s production is crafted courtesy of the young beatsmith, as he recruits features from the likes of Bukkweat Bill, Lil Xelly, BBY Goyard, Drayco McCoy, and Redda while being hosted by DJ Leflare. It was back in May that he dropped off Free Wifi’s predecessor, Ravenous, a project that featured appearances from Yung Gleesh, Warhol.SS, and $teven Cannon among others.
In tandem with the release of his latest, Rojas also recently announced his singing of a deal between his own Inzei Records and Warner Bros. Records.
Dubbing himself the undergound’s DJ Khaled, the young artist has steadily been navigating his scene for quite some time, taking his place among the newest wave of tight-knit rappers, specifically in South Florida, whose ethereal and light-hearted rhymes and subject matter present something of a winning frormula in gaining popularity.
It remains that this rising class has gotten a bad rep from Hip-Hop purists. Nonetheless, they’ve maintained their versatility and shown just how wide ranging their lyricism can be—the most recent of this example being XXXTENTACION’s 17 project, an effort that X himself stated would take on a much more serious tone, and succeeded at permeating the speakers of doubters.
Just the same, Rojas represents the competence often overlooked within this subset of Hip-Hop, securing his platform and being sure to be inclusive of the scene’s rising talent. Free Wifi is proof enough of that notion. Be sure to take a listen to it in full.