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Who is he?

Serocee is a Birmingham-born, Kingston, Jamaica-raised MC. He has been developing his rhyming skills over the past 16 years; starting with being a dancehall DJ and moving onto rapping. This cat has freestyled with the cream of Birmingham talent and has competed in many battles from the early days at the ‘Q’ & The Porsche Club in Birmingham to more recently 1Xtra’s ‘Battle of the MCs’ where he won both his heat and the grand finale. He also participated in and won 1Xtra’s Ras Kwame’s ‘Home Grown Cuts’ competition.
Serocee has cultivated his own individualism, which is at the heart, and in the soul of any pure artist and feels he has completed his apprenticeship in UK Hip Hop. Serocee is ready to take his music further by bringing it to a wider audience.

Who are his inspirations?

Serocee draws his inspiration from the likes of Bounty Killa, Cutty Ranks, Tiger, Bob Marley, Tracey Chapman, Redman, Nas and Pharaoh Monch. He feels that they have a lot more to say than the average artist and would like to join their fraternity; believing it is not just about giving a reflection of society, but offering solutions at the same time. Music has no boundaries.

“We all seem to be preaching the gospel according to Jay-Z. Nothing wrong with that; but I didn’t live that life. I feel we need to be more original, that’s the only way we, (UK Hip Hop) will get recognised”.

Who is he respecting out of the UK Hip Hop artists?

“Right now it’s about the Twangtsa, Outdaville, Hoodz Underground and Mystro. Lyrically, they know where it’s at. I also listen to a lot of R&B and I’m feeling Terri Walker and Hill St Soul”.

What is he up to now?

Serocee is currently working on his debut album ‘2nd Generation Windrush Pickney’ that at present includes collaborations with RogueState and J Poet from Hoodz Underground.

“With his lyrical Jamaican rap lingo, a lot of MC's are in trouble. TRUST ME! JD says so!!!” Judge Dread - So Solid Crew