Rising rapper Bobby Fishscale is having the biggest year of his life. Having landed a recording deal with Roc Nation during the pandemic, he is easily the hottest rising star coming out of Florida. As he has diligently honed in on his craft he returns to the music scene with his highly anticipated debut album The Last Re-Up. Alongside an impressive body of work, Fishscale has released an informative documentary titled “A Day In The Bricks” as an ode to his old stomping ground.
On the Last Re-Up you can expect to hear some impressive features that ultimately makes this release Fishscale’s biggest material to date. These features include Bigga Rankin, Brick Squad rapper Peewee Longway who is on his Wrist Froze single, and DJ Rel, Jimbo, Mook Boy, and Tafia who appear on his Florida We Good (Remix). As he has put the state of Florida on his back, his lethal bars and original cadence are two notable elements of this project that stand out the most.
In his new documentary shot and edited by X NTRO4K, he gives fans a first-hand glimpse into his life growing up in Quincy Florida, the time leading up to his deal with Roc Nation, as well as how the streets have influenced his musical journey. The literature will display his struggle, the donk lifestyle, and testimonials from his closest friends and family. Bobby’s true-life memories are chronicled through his documentary, showing his rise to stardom.
Bobby Fishscale is no ordinary southern rapper, but a trendsetter who uses music as an outlet for him to express his struggles and pain. He believes getting arrested made his rap career and trapping came easy for him because he loves money.
As he continues to keep his foot on the gas, his debut album showcases his talent on a devine level. Tap in with the Florida emcee by streaming his new The Last Re-Up album below.