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CTE, the home of Young Jeezy, is also the label for California’s Roccett.  

Success in the music industry is notoriously difficult. Whether it be the
obstacle of not having the backing of a major label, or the lack of respect
and support from superstar rappers and fans alike, the road to stardom is
far from easy. Many people have fallen at the hands of these hardships.

One man who has thrived in these conditions is California rapper Roccett.

Born Jerome Rockett in 1983, and raised in the rugged streets of Carson,
Calif., the 24-year-old MC learned about hustling and working hard at a
young age. The rough surroundings of crime and gangs in Carson molded
Roccett into a strong individual, and gave him the necessary experience to
share the struggles of what many people face. After his initial dream of a
basketball career didn’t materialize, he discovered he had a passion for
hip-hop at the age of 16. With his eyes clearly set on his new goal, he
began laying out the foundation for his success by performing shows
throughout Los Angeles.

Coming from the west coast, a region that has produced stars like Snoop
Dogg, Dr.Dre, N.W.A and many more, and famous for its unique lifestyle,
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.

His charisma and strong stage presence, combined with his ability to craft
stories about a wide array of subjects earned the young rapper the respect
of fans and caused the industry to take notice.

His talent and drive caught the attention of Green Up Entertainment in 2004,
and his partnership with the company, which has worked with notables like
Usher and Tupac, has produced a sizable buzz. Having already worked with
established stars like Young Jeezy, Fabolous, Killer Mike, Knoc’turn’al and
other rising rappers like Bishop Lamont and Spider Loc at this young stage
of his career, as well as having critically acclaimed mixtapes under his
belt, Roccett’s talent is clear.

With so many dues paid, his industry knowledge and the groundwork set,
Roccett is poised to make a lasting impression on hip-hop.

http://www.MySpace.com/ROCCETT

HOSTED BY DOW JONES, DJ SKEE, AND DJ WARRIOR

MIXTAPE TRACKLIST

1.INTRO
2.I’M A RYDA (PROD BY DAE ONE)
3.ALL I KNOW FT AKON (PROD BY YOUNG YONNY)
4. RUN THESE STREETS (PROD BY VETERANO)
5.THROW YOUR HOODS UP FT YOUNG BUCK (PROD BY E.P.)
6. G MOVE FT GORILLA ZOE (PROD BY PC BEATS)
7.IN THE SHEETS FT 2PAC (PROD BY THE NASTY ONE)
8. GIVE YOU SOME GAME (PROD BY THA BIZNESS)
9.FUNCTION (PROD BY E.P)
10.DREAMS (PROD BY THE NASTY ONE)
11. YOU CAN HATE ME (PROD BY REEF)
12. WHAT YOU GONE DO FT MISTAH FAB (PROD BY THA BIZNESS)
13.WE SHALL OVERCOME (PROD BY CURT BEATS)
14.REAL TALK (PROD BY THE NASTY ONE)
15. RODEO (PROD BY THA BIZNESS)
16.ALL EYES ON US FREESTYLE FT SLICK PULLA AND YOUNG JEEZY

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DOWNLOADS

“YOU CAN HATE ME”
(PRODUCED BY REEF)

CLEAN
http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?66ejudfdybj

DIRTY
http://www.mediafire.com/?17m4dge1gdy

INSTRUMENTAL
http://www.mediafire.com/?fkkml12ya1n

Roccett
“Colors”
Mixtape:
http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=d878a1d8fe589e2d852a8c7ed514fe57e93000683ddf392b

“Run These Streets”
http://www.thaevents.com/music/Run_These_Streets.zip

“You Can Hate Me”
http://roccett.com/audio/Roccet_You_Can_Hate_Me.zip
  

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