Sunday, March 29, 2015
100GrandRoyce is a driven, passionate and charismatic artist with a unique approach to his blend of hip-hop. The NYC-based performer set out to develop a sound that is all about connecting with the listeners through high-energy releases, uplifting melodies, great groove, and a smooth lyrical flow blending new school energy with a golden era passion for lyrics. Currently, 100GrandRoyce just released a new single on "They Don't Want It", off his brand new re-introduction project.
What’s next for this gifted rap phenomenon? “I’m just looking to release records, and albums, people will enjoy for years to come. I want to make classic albums and be considered one of the greatest ” says Royce. A rapper who’s more concerned with his musical foot-print then he is with fortune and fame? Do these kinds of rappers still exist? Yes, and his name is 100GrandRoyce.
Armed with a unique style, smooth delivery and an impeccable lyrical abilities, the young emcee has been able to bless the hip hop community with a refreshing sound, while gaining the respect, and support, of anyone who’s lent him their ears. Ever the diligent worker, Royce has earned a roster spot collaborating on Dame Grease’s Harlem imprint Vacant Lot records. Other accolades include a stunning impromptu freestyle with Jay Electronica at N.E.R.D.’s Webster Hall show and also being featured in Endee Magazine, ALLHIPHOP.com and Youheardthatnew.com
Through the release of his critically acclaimed mixtape “HOODLUM.” Royce (Who went by the moniker Dutch New York) has chalked up an impressive array of mixtape appearances, radio spins and crowd-pleasing performances that have his name on the tip of the tongues of critics and fans alike, along the East Coast. 100GrandRoyce knows a thing or two about great lyrical delivery. His flow has often been compared to the work of old school greats such as Notorious BIG or NAS, while his approach to music is modern and punchy.
Lately, 100GrandRoyce has been re-introducing his work to the masses with a project entitled “Grand Opening." He’s currently open for interviews or features, and material can be available for radio play and exclusives!