Breaking into the scene with his sing-song flow and eerie voice, StaySolidRocky is making milestones in such a short time. Taking a page out of the classic Mary Shelley novel, Rocky undertakes the creation of his lost love in “Toxic”, his new music video. Directed by Rock and Egg, the video follows the San Antonio native as he buries himself in his experiments to cope with his grief, developing a secret technique to reanimate the body of his dead lover. Watch the new video HERE.
“Toxic” comes on the heels of his certified gold hit “Party Girl”. Seamlessly switching between sinister slaps and emotional ballads, Rocky shows melodic range and buzzing honesty through each release. Ranking over 31 million views on YouTube, “Party Girl” continues to rise, breaking into the Billboard Hot 100 chart at #13, as well as reaching #1 on Soundcloud’s Global chart and Rolling Stone’s Breakthrough Artist chart.
19-year-old StaySolidRocky has made one of 2020’s breakthrough hits with “Party Girl.” Soaring past 66 million combined streams and debuting in the Billboard Top 100, the self-funded video single is the result of the Richmond, Virginia-based rapper putting it all on the line for his dream. Newly signed to Columbia Records, Rocky blends emotion and melody with skillful rapping. Evidenced in six-figure-streaming singles “Toxic” and “Soft Aggression,” his style is dynamic and unpredictable. “I don’t use a standard flow or try to recreate whatever I did on my last song,” he notes. “I make things that will sound good to the ear, and I always take pride in my lyrics.” Having used a combination of talent, social media, and belief in himself, Rocky already sees the outcome of his art—according to Rocky, “This is just the beginning”.