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J.U.I.C.E. EP

by Roscoe Dash

J.U.I.C.E. EP by Roscoe Dash

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J.U.I.C.E. EP

by Roscoe Dash

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Label: Music Line/Zone 4/Interscope
For the past two years, from his “All the Way Turnt Up” to Big Sean’s “Marvin & Chardonnay,” Roscoe Dash’s voice has echoed across urban radio, yet he’s struggled to establish himself as a viable solo artist. The J.U.I.C.E. EP, originally planned as his debut album, indicates he still has work to do before he gets there. The ATL rapper tries on a few proven styles to see what fits, from the Drake-like erotica of “The Impossible” to party-rap collaborations with Big Sean (“Sidity”), new female rapper K’La (“I Do”) and Wale (“Into the Morning”).

About This Album

For the past two years, from his “All the Way Turnt Up” to Big Sean’s “Marvin & Chardonnay,” Roscoe Dash’s voice has echoed across urban radio, yet he’s struggled to establish himself as a viable solo artist. The J.U.I.C.E. EP, originally planned as his debut album, indicates he still has work to do before he gets there. The ATL rapper tries on a few proven styles to see what fits, from the Drake-like erotica of “The Impossible” to party-rap collaborations with Big Sean (“Sidity”), new female rapper K’La (“I Do”) and Wale (“Into the Morning”).

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About This Album

For the past two years, from his “All the Way Turnt Up” to Big Sean’s “Marvin & Chardonnay,” Roscoe Dash’s voice has echoed across urban radio, yet he’s struggled to establish himself as a viable solo artist. The J.U.I.C.E. EP, originally planned as his debut album, indicates he still has work to do before he gets there. The ATL rapper tries on a few proven styles to see what fits, from the Drake-like erotica of “The Impossible” to party-rap collaborations with Big Sean (“Sidity”), new female rapper K’La (“I Do”) and Wale (“Into the Morning”).