Signed to Young Jeezy‘s Corporate Thugz Entertainment (and currently being courted by Akon‘s Konvict Muzik), California artist Roccett continues to get the streets ready for his newest mixtape, appropriately named Corporate America. On his newest single, G Move, Roccett can best be described as a reverse Memphis Bleek; meaning that over a street-sounding beat by producer PC, he talks about how to ‘roll’ in the club. Adding some Southern hood appeal is Gorilla Zoe (who ironically replaced Rocc’s boss in Boyz N Da Hood), who warns any potential troublemakers that he’s ready for whatever might break out. With a mixture of both styles, look for G Move to bang out of plenty of speakers (in the car or the club). Don’t let those cheap computer speakers fool you.
Written by Burmy on 03/31/08
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