Roc Nation’s Own Bobby Fishscale, Releases Anticipated EP, “The Last Re-Up” & Debut Documentary “A Day in the Bricks”

Bobby Fishscale is an incredibly talented music artist signed to Roc Nation. He was co-signed by the label’s A&R Donny “Dizzy Clean Face.” The Quincy, Florida artist gained recognition from several influencers through his noteworthy flow over JAY-Z’s  “Hov Flow” & Eminem’s ‘Renegade’ beat.

Bobby Fishscale released his Anticipated EP, “The Last Re-Up” featuring 8 addictive records including several artists such as Bigga Rankin, Peewee Longway, DJ Rel, and more.

In addition to “The Last Re-Up” Bobby Fishscale released his debut documentary, “A Day In The Bricks,” shot and edited by X NTRO4K.

In the new EP, Bobby Fishscale raps about life experiences before signing to Roc Nation including time spent in jail and street activity. He even includes some satire in his music.

“Sis think she dripping with her homegirl clothes, yeah you kind of fresh but we know them ain’t yours.” 

Bobby Fishscale held his listening party yesterday in a beautiful studio rapping and speaking on the lyrics presented in “The Last Re-Up” through a Zoom meeting.  During his single Blue Cheese, he flashed racks on racks illustrating the blue cheese in full effect.

One of my favorite records on the project is titled, “No 9 to 5” which he released a music video for prior to the release of “The Last Re-Up.” Bobby Fishscale and Quincee rap and sing, respectively about trapping and their inability to work a 9 to 5.

“I don’t think they can take trap out your blood even if they could leave mine where it was.”

Some records such as “Wrist Froze” are motivational as Bobby Fishscale encourages listeners to grind until they can purchase jewelry for their wrists such as watches.

“Sacrifice” is a song that has potential to give most listeners chills, Bobby Fishscale really opens up and raps about pain in his life such as losing his brother and having another brother incarcerated. Bobby holds nothing back even mentioning people who sent him nothing when he was locked up and people doubting him during his road to success.

“Last week I was cooking rocks, now I’m at Roc Nation.”

Throughout the live the heavy hitting bars, changing lights and Dusse bottles really had the virtual party rocking.  Get used to the name, the Bobby Fishscale takeover is here. Check out his documentary TODAY!  


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