Tucson born artist H-Roc drops visuals for his new club banger “Speed It Up.” Taking the club vibe to the open waters, H-Roc hops on a yacht with some of best friends to turn up. After being shot in his chest and have a near death experience, H-Roc rededicated his life to music and accepted a contract to perform in Singapore. Now an internationally known artist, H-Roc has touched stages in Indonesia, England, Philippines, Thailand, Morocco, Australia, and many more, as well opening for Ice Cube and The Game. Watch as H-Roc asks if he can “speed it up one time” on his catchy new single.
H-Roc – Speed It Up (Official Video)
H-Roc was born in the hot deserts of Tucson Arizona. Growing up he was inspired by west coast artist and producers like 2Pac, Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg. At a early age he began writing and recording his own music. Day in and day out H-Roc built up his library of songs. Eventually he would independently promote and sell his music throughout Arizona. His independent hustle lead him to open up for artist like Ice Cube & The Game.
One hot summer night H-Roc was shot in the chest at a house party and was in critical condition. After being in a coma, H-Roc finally woke up and the very same day checked out of the hospital and performed on stage. Soon after his near brush with death H-Roc was offered a contract to perform in Singapore. This would be the turning point in his career. Not only would it allow him to live his dreams but also remove himself from the harsh environments of his city. Till this date H-Roc is touring and recording music in South East Asia.
H-Roc has performed all around the world. He has hit the stage in Indonesia, England, Philippines, Thailand, Morocco, Australia, and many more. His relentless independent hustle has opened many doors up that he couldn’t even imagine. In 2015 H-Roc returned to the U.S for a 10 city tour including radio interviews and a television appearance on Revolt Tv. The same year H-Roc signed a distribution deal with Warner Music in Malaysia.
With his International approach to promoting his music, H-Roc has established a fan base that spread all around the world. From the hot summers in Tucson to the cold winters in Melbourne, H-Roc is a new generation of independent artist. One that focuses not only on his own block but the entire planet.