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The door to that opportunity opened one fateful night when word got to Block Entertainment that a young 23-year-old rapper named Yung Joc was bringin the house down at the historic Royal Peacock, the same place legends like Ray Charles and Aretha Franklin took the stage. Interested in observing the unsigned hype's original presence and rhyme delivery, Block attended Joc's show. "He had everybody leaning and rocking side-to-side," Block vividly remembers. "I signed him immediately." "Block assured me that he would give me the space to become a star," Joc concedes. "Since making everything official, I been on the grind even more than I was before." His album, New Joc City, is set for a summer release.
Joc's celebrity is already on the rise. He has e'rybody and dey grandmamma chanting, "It's goin dooowwwnn," an anthem that he recorded so that the young, the old, and the southern thug with a swagger could all feel. Other destined-to-be hits include "Patrn," a hyped, but mid-tempo track that finds Yung Joc sampling himself throughout the song's hook. Another is the Chino Dollar-produced "Dope Boy Magic," on which Joc delivers poignant verses about upgrading one's hustle and flow. He relies on first-hand experiences to make his points clear and penetrable. "First Time" presents Joc's intimate side. Produced by Carlos and DaDa, the track is a slow-tuned arrangement that dances around Yung Joc's reflections on a first love.
Joc's distinct voice and remarkable ability to shape his flow has won him respect among hip-hop fans and aficionados alike. He's been on the bill with artists such as 8Ball & MJG, Slim Thug, Young Jeezy, and Keyshia Cole. It is with an unyielding spirit and energetic presence that Yung Joc will step into a promising music career that is destined to bring him fame and fortune.
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