Lil Rottie Vows To Continue To Be Dedicated To His Music After Being Signed

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In November of 2020, Lil Rottie had a moment where he realized his worth, and made the decision to stop working for someone else, and focus on music. Hoping to transport his audience through his music, as did Lil Wayne, Meek Mill, and other artists for him. Lil Rottie moved to Las Vegas to build an image for himself. While living there he had been presented opportunities to connect with different people. Motivated and focused enough to teach himself to produce and engineer so he doesn’t have to wait around for anyone, with the intention to provide a better lifestyle for his family using his music. Being signed by a record label that pays its artist in cryptocurrency, Lil Rottie sees this as being one of the best moves he made. Today he released the music video to his latest single, “Destiny” on YouTube and is also available on all streaming platforms. Lil Rottie is aiming to display his trials and tribulations that were thrown at him through his journey to his “destiny”. 

Being able to accomplish one of his dreams as a child, by being signed to a record label, Lil Rottie will continue to be dedicated to his music, and becoming a cultural impact. While being focused on becoming a better him. 

Follow him on social media @lilrottie.

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