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Joe Rocca

Joe Rocca


Joe Rocca is back and stronger than ever after taking some time to redefine his work and develop a well-rounded, introspective concept.

Hybride is one of the most versatile albums ever released by a Quebec rapper. Teaming up with producers Félix Petit (Les Louanges, Hubert Lenoir, etc.), Jean-Michel Frédéric (Dominique Fils-Aimé, Loud, KNLO, etc.) and Worry, the co-founder of Dead Obies emerges as a unique artist, bridging the gaps between pop, rap, funk, soul and R&B.

With his first solo album French Kiss (2017) and extensive experience in the studio and on stage from his time with Dead Obies under his belt, the young man, freshly into his thirties, demonstrates a musical maturity that’s rare for his age. This shines through in the humility and authenticity of his lyrics, which deal with love, relationships and self-reflection.


Rocca propose un son quasi inexistant à Montréal, dans un franglais caractéristique et avec une livraison taillée au petit couteau. [...] trame sonore feutrée et sensuelle. La Presse
French Kiss dévoile une direction musicale sensuelle, flirtant avec la pop, le R&B, voire le vaporwave et l’esthète eighties. Le Journal de Montréal