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Rockie Fresh Biography
Rockie Fresh born as Donald Pullen, is an American rapper and singer from Chicago, Illinois. He was signed to Rick Ross’ Maybach Music Group and Atlantic Records. Pullen is known for his alternatively influenced style of hip-hop, and his associations with recording artists Patrick Stump of Fall Out Boy, and Joel & Benji Madden of Good Charlotte.
Rockie Fresh Age
Fresh was born on April 16, 1991 in Chicago, Illinois. He is 28 years old as of 2019.
Rockie Fresh Girlfriend |Rockie Fresh Dating
Rockie is currently single. As of now he is not dating anyone. He had at least relationship in the past. Rockie has not been previously engaged. His family comes from Chicago, Illinois he has no children.
Rockie Fresh Electric Highway
After his signing, in January 21, 2013 he released his fifth mixtape and debut Maybach Music Group project ‘Electric Highway. The mixtape features guest appearances from Lunice ,Rick Ross, Nipsey Hussle Go Hard and Currensy. It is hosted by DJ III Will.
Rockie Fresh Albums
Self Made Vol. 3
Rockie Fresh Mixtapes | Rockie Fresh Songs
- Rockie’s Modern Life
- The Otherside
- The Otherside Redux[
- Driving 88
- Electric Highway
- The Birthday Tape
- Fresh Veggies
- The Night I Went To
- The Night I Went To… Los Angeles EP
- The Night I Went To… Chicago EP
- The Night I Went To… New York EP
Rockie Fresh Career
Rockie began recording his debut mixtape Rockie’s Modern Life in a small recording studio Chicago, IL in 2009. In the recording process, he met Andrew Koenig & Andrew Gertler, who began to manage him. The trio in December 2009 released Rockie’s Modern Life , and followed it up with another mixtape, The Otherside, recorded at Studio 11 in December 2010.
The projects success earned Rockie widespread acclaim from hip-hop blogs and publications, and performances across the country. This includes one at Bamboozle Festival, where he met Josh Madden, who would later introduce Rockie to his brothers Joel & Benji Madden of Good Charlotte. His music also catch the attention of Fall Out Boy lead-singer Patrick Stump, whom Rockie has cited as a major influence and has since toured with.
From the time he released The Otherside, Rockie has been named one of Metromix’s “25 Hottest Artists Under 25”. His music has been featured on The CW’s nationally syndicated television show Nikita. Rockie was also featured on Good Charlotte’s project The Madden Brothers: Before The Fame according to Rolling Stone and Billboard magazines.
Rockie released his mixtape Driving 88, in 2012 which led to his signing with Rick Ross’ Maybach Music Group on July 12 via Atlantic Records. After his signing, he released his fifth mixtape and debut Maybach Music Group project ‘Electric Highway’. It features guest appearances from Lunice, Rick Ross, Nipsey Hussle, Curren$y and others. Production is handled by The Gift, Boi-1da, The Maven Boys and others. Rockie has also since appeared on Rick Ross “The Black Bar Mitzvah” mixtape, amongst other Maybach Music Group collaborations and remixes.
Rockie Fresh released a seven-track project in celebration of his birthday, aptly titled ‘The Birthday Tape’on April 29, 2013. Featuring vocal appearances from his MMG members Rick Ross and Gunplay. Thereafter, he announced an endorsement deal with shoe & apparel brand PUMA. Compilation album Self Made Vol. 3 from MMG got released on September 16, 2013.
Rockie Fresh made appearances on 4 tracks on the album and on two more tracks on the Best Buy deluxe edition. Rockie Fresh and Casey Veggies collaboration mixtape “Fresh Veggies” got released on 16 December 2013. It is presented by PUMA and released under Maybach Music Group and Peas N’ Carrots International. The mixtape features vocal appearances from Overdoz, Ty Dolla $ign, Juicy J, Kirko Bangz and Hit-Boy. “Fresh Veggies” was produced by Lunice, Jahlil Beats and Hit-Boy, among others. Fresh was nominated for the 2014 XXL freshman class, but didn’t make the final cut.
Rockie Fresh announced his signing to Rostrum Records on October 23, 2018. He also released his new single “No Satisfaction” via a Billboard Magazine announcement.