With a total of four Grammy wins under his belt in a mere three years, along with a discography of chart-topping hits that beckons envy, Bronx New York native 30 Roc’s winning streak is becoming legendary at an unprecedented velocity. Recently lending his talents to Kanye West’s highly anticipated “Donda” LP co-producing “Praise God” and “Off Da Grid”, Meek Mill’s “Flamerz Flow“, Bryson Tiller’s “One Sided”, and Baby Keems “Range Brothers” featuring Kendrick Lamar, it was only a few short years ago that Roc headed for the ATL in pursuit of becoming a legendary hitmaker. While sneaking out from work to send out beats, Roc would eventually catch the attention of notable hitmaker, Mike Will Made It, inarguably beginning Roc’s ascendancy to hip hop prominence. The industry was very quick to notice.
30 Roc would go on to produce the mega-hit “Rake It Up” courtesy of Memphis rapper Yo Gotti, featuring Nicki Minaj while making history with the hit single being Yo Gotti’s first-ever Top 10 Billboard hit, instantaneously skyrocketing Roc’s career. 30 Roc produced Roddy Ricch’s breakout hit “The Box”, which climbed the charts and became a No. 1 hit, giving Roddy Ricch and 30 Roc their first No.1 hit while establishing Ricch as a breakout star in the process and land Roc his first No. 1 slot on Billboard’s Hot 100 Producer’s Chart. It was a win made even sweeter considering Ricch and Roc’s unlikely hit beat out Justin Bieber’s highly anticipated comeback single “Yummy” for the top spot, and the rest has been literally been history in the making. From being named Variety’s Hitmaker of the month, to landing the No.1 spot on Billboard’s Hot 100 Producers chart, ranking at No. 3 on the Hot 100 Songwriters chart, boasting production credits on many of the most successful songs in music, earning countless Grammy nods, and gaining the respect and adoration of the entertainment industry, it’s safe to say that 30 Roc has solidified himself as one of the greatest-of-all-time.