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DJ Rocstar

Birmingham, Alabama, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2020 | SELF

Birmingham, Alabama, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2020
DJ EDM House




"DJ Rocstar Releases Latest Single ‘Anybody Home?’"

Out tomorrow 16 April, ‘Anybody Home?’ is the latest single from Alabama based tropical house and EDM producer, DJ Rocstar. The track marks the return for the DJ, after a 20 year hiatus from his previous moniker of Heavy Roc, and allows him to vent his frustration about the terrorist attack on the US Capitol building, on January 6 this year.
Making good use of synths and 808 drums, DJ Rocstar takes his inspiration from the likes of Public Enemy, and Miami Sound Machine. The artist has previously worked with the likes of Tupac, and Lil Jon, but now he’s thrown himself wholly into Deep House, albeit with his own modern take on it.

Rocstar begs the question, “What possibly could have happened” on his new single, his anger at the situation palpable. The instrumentation is catchy and very memorable, and should appeal not just to his existing fans but also to those who believe in justice and a better way of living.

You can pre-save ‘Anybody Home?’ here. Find out more about DJ Rocstar and his music online on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Soundcloud, Spotify, and Apple Music. - Essentially Pop by Lisa Hafey | Posted on 15/04/2021

"DJ Rocstar releases latest single ‘Anybody Home?’"

Alabama based tropical house and EDM producer DJ Rocstar is back from a 20-year break, with an angry new single, ‘Anybody Home?’
Begging the question, “What possibly could have happened” on that fateful day on Capitol Hill, 6th January, he channels his anger and frustration into this track, giving his listeners a taste of what they’ve been missing for so long.

Release Date: 16th April 2021 Listen Here

Using synthesizers and 808 drums, DJ Rocstar draws on influences such as Public Enemy and Miami Sound Machine. A big name, working with the likes of Tupac and Lil Jon, DJ Rocstar is back, but with a vengeance – and a name change. Previously known as Heavy Roc, he wants to remind everyone of his talent and artistic flair, but with his now modern take on Deep House. - By Flavourmag Team - April 13, 2021



The year 2020 I made my return to the music scene as an independent artist after a 20 year break. Under a new name with a new outlook on music I released a string of singles online thru 2021. Now I feel I've mastered my sound and I'm ready to share it with the world.
For me the transitions was not that far of a jump.
Im coming from a Bass music background, and I've always loved Reggae music I really think it will show in the production of the upcoming projects.

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