Roscoe Dash's debut EP isn't even in stores yet, and the ATL hitmaker is already making plans for another project.
"I'mma do another album at the top of March," he told MTV News last week.
Dash's J.U.I.C.E. (Just Understand I Control Everything) is due December 20. The project will feature Roscoe's current single, "Good Good Night," as well as "Sidity," an upbeat collaboration with Big Sean.
Though he is classified in the rapper category, Dash is known to employ lots of melody into his songs. After breaking out in 2009 with his "All the Way Turnt Up" single, Dash has become one of the more popular hook men in rap. As a featured artist he has sung hooks for Big Sean and Kanye West ("Marvin & Chardonnay"), Waka Flocka Flame ("No Hands") and DJ Drama ("Oh My").
On J.U.I.C.E., Roscoe continues to play to his strengths. "I Do" is a triumphant message to his haters, while "Into the Morning" with Wale is a kinetic party tune. On "Very First Time," Roscoe slows things down a bit and pays homage to his R&B influences.
The next project, tentatively titled J.U.I.C.E. Forever, will stand as an extension of the upcoming EP. "I just feel like it's a one-two punch. It's an easy combo. I feel like my fans deserve it," Roscoe said. "They've been waiting a long time; they've been holding me down as far as the mixtapes go and I feel like every time I put out a mixtape it's kinda like an album."
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