hip hop

Florocker – ‘Locked In’ (LP)

Richmond, California hip hop star Florocker returns to the scene after a devastating loss to live up to a promise to be great with the release of his all-star album, titled Locked In. Best known for his swift rhymes, catchy street songs and undeniable flavor that the Bay Area is known for, he shares a project that returns him to glory and is supported by a wide range of known talent.

Locked In is an 11-track project that features buzzing acts across the hip hop and R&B landscape, including Keyshia Cole, Lil Flip, Compton Menace, Cappadonna, Young Buck, Yukmouth and Big Twins. Florocker has lied dormant for years after generating a buzz in the early 2000s with his infectious street sound. Now back, he picks up where he left off with a massive ensemble and breakthrough tracks: “Dreams,” “Before Time” and “Sociopath.” For West Coast enthusiasts, Locked In is an essential project.

Florocker is a dynamic artist-producer, who has been writing music for years. He self-produced the debut album, Rich In The Heart, in 2016. Since childhood, Flo has always been exploring new sounds with every track he has written and produced. After a hiatus, Florocker latest is a celebration of life that ranges from club songs to street records with a variety of genres.

The Locked In album comes from his mother passing away after a battle with stomach cancer. She’s been in his thoughts as he did so throughout the entire production of Locked In. For Florocker, his mother’s spirit is there to guide FloRocker’s musical skills, matched only by his work ethic. And for newfound fans, Florocker’s new album is the perfect origin point to hop on the Bay Area star’s bandwagon.

Stream the full album below, and for more on Florocker, follow him, here.

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