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StaySolidRocky Unveils Fallin’ EP with New Video “Vacant Heart”

Ping-ponging between hard-hitting bangers and melodic rap jams, StaySolidRocky has perfected a unique adlib style of approaching playful lyrics over somber piano beats. Demonstrating his wide-ranging talent in a
vibrant 7-track project, Rocky shares Fallin’, his debut EP via Columbia Records.

The 19-year old touches on the harsh realities of falling through life with everything going on around him but understanding some of the
temporary happiness is a devil in disguise. The new EP boasts recent singles including certified platinum “Party Girl” featuring Lil Uzi Vert which is #9 on the global Spotify chart, “Vacant Heart” featuring Big4Keezy
and “Toxic” which earned over 757k video views on its Frankenstein inspired music video.

Listen to Fallin’ EP here:  https://staysolidrocky.lnk.to/Fallin

Rocky also shares “Vacant Heart”, his intergalactic new music video. Taking place in a video game, the viewer follows the perspective of a young girl playing Rocky and Keezy as they transform into two space marines on a
mission to destroy an alien base. Featuring a high-octane roller-coaster ride paired with somber and cinematic moments makes for a visual experience unlike any other. Watch the new video HERE.

A native of San Antonio, TX, Rocky is an integral part in a new thriving hip-hop scene popping out of his story. While peaking at #21 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart, #1 on Soundcloud’s US Top 50 chart, and #5 on Apple
Music’s Top 100 chart, Rocky continues to prove why he’s not a “Tik Tok” artist. The new Fallin’ EP features production from Nashi, Chriz Beats, Drumma Boy, Glaazer, SephGotTheWaves, KFK, Chris Productions, and Niko and multiple appearances from Rocky’s frequent collaborator Big4Keezy and a surprise drop from Lil Uzi Vert.

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