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Published on August 22nd, 2019 | by Jerry Doby

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Fat Nick Links Up With Famous Dex On High-energy New Single ‘Pocket Rocket’

Prodigal US hip-hop talent Fat Nick has linked up with Chicago rapper Famous Dex on new single ‘Pocket Rocket,’ out today August 22nd.

Effortlessly intertwining the Chicago rap influences of Famous Dex and hard-hitting trap beats of Fat Nick, ‘Pocket Rocket’ raises the bar for hip hop artistry. Combining the fiery cadence of Fat Nick and enigmatic flow of Famous Dex, the duo come together and convey a story of life in their shoes.’

‘Pocket Rocket’ stands as Nick’s first release since June’s ‘New Opps’, a fiery single filled with infectious hooks and quotable lyrics. Prior to that he embarked on a six-date North American tour with Shakewell and released his sophomore album Generation Numb last summer to critical acclaim.

Emerging as one of the hottest artists in the underground rap and hip-hop scene, the 24-year-old has steadily been paving his own path to success. Known for his collaborations with Lil Peep, Pouya and others, as well as his infamous social media presence, Fat Nick has built his career and loyal fan base from the ground up.

25-year-old Chicago based artist Famous Dex has been making noise as one of the hottest underground rappers in the hip hop game. After deciding to pursue music full time in 2014, Famous Dex has since released two mixtapes in 2015, and two more the following year as well as reached viral success with his hits ‘Hit Em Wit It’ and ‘Drip From My Walk’. In March 2016, he became the first signee to Rich The Kid’s label Rich Forever Music.

Rich in passion and style, ‘Pocket Rocket’ is a collaboration that is a step forward in both artists’ careers. The track is available for streaming now.

 

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