D’rock’s music is a unique brand of hip-hop with a heavy island influence stemming from his Cape Verdean heritage. Following a slew of releases in 2020, his latest single “Allow Me” features lyrics in both English, Spanish, and his native Creole and is also accompanied by a music video that takes us back to the days when we were flirting IRL, not just swiping right digitally. Serving us major cuffing szn vibes, the bilingual artist delivers his new offering just in time for Valentine’s Day.
“This song is about a girl that’s been hurt before by other men and has to learn to trust again. As we all know, when your heart is broken or somebody breaks your trust it’s really hard to let someone new into your life. This song is really speaking to a girl and just asking her to give me a chance.” - D’rock
D’rock steps into a new era with the release of his new single “Allow Me” and shows his already massive fanbase that he is just getting started.
Viral sensation and artist D’rock makes music for dreamers. The 23-year-old Cape Verde native radiates positivity and is the true embodiment of the word “hustle”.
Coming to America and ultimately finding his home in Los Angeles, his smooth vocals and poignant lyrics seek to inspire those who have faced hardship as he once did.
D’rock’s music is a unique brand of hip-hop with a heavy island influence stemming from his Cape Verdean heritage. His infectious smile and sunny disposition captivates audiences everywhere and has earned him over a million followers across Instagram and TikTok. D’rock steps into a new era with the release of his new single “Arenas” and shows his already massive fanbase that he is just getting started.
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