Campaigning alongside of other Hip hop albums set to release in the next few weeks
With the emergence of fellow North Carolina rapper ,Da Baby and Stunna 4 Vegas taking the industry by storm. You can definitely say the eyes are on NC. Another rapper by the name of Aroc is on his way to leaving his mark on the game as well. His Instagram post from last night was a strong indication that he too is set to release his rap album entitled ‘ Trials and Tribulations’ on June 7th. Asian Da Brat, PnB Rock, YG, and Young Nudy are the hip-hop artists releasing new rap albums in the upcoming weeks. Aroc will prove why he’s solid as a rock in this game.
North Carolina rapper Aroc has been around for awhile but says Trials and Tribulations is his debut album. “I knew I’d get to the point where I’d release a solid album just didn’t know when,” explained the Fashion Designer. The album will be available on CD and exclusive digital download on website with a Signature Everybody Workin’ T-shirt. The 13 songs according to Aroc, are a lot more unique and genuine. The first two singles, “Mercy” and “Trials and Tribulations,” seem to unveil as much with Aroc levitating over soulful instrumentals.
Proving a point
Each of the artists releasing in the next few weeks is out to prove a point. Aroc wants to set himself apart from the rest of new rappers by establishing his style and brand as a household name, PnB wants to be a popstar, separating himself from the XXL Freshman class he entered the game with. Asian go set herself apart by changing her name.
Young Nudy is working his way out his cousin’s shadow, while hoping to generate some positive press after his arrest alongside 21 savage earlier this year. YG is shaking off the instability that surrounded his prior projects and paying homage to a fallen friend. He’s also stepped up his pen game and is clearly looking for more recognition as a lyricist than he got previously. Hopefully , each of these artists is able to make their mark and deliver projects worthy of entering fans’ rotation past the next big release day