Who Is King Roscoe On The Rap Game?

Friday, February 10, 2017
King Roscoe has reached a turning point on The Rap Game.  In episode 4 of season 3, "Poncho vs. Dashiki" Roscoe calls Jermaine Dupri out because of the Hit List.  Roscoe tells Jermaine that he doesn't understand how the Hit List works.  In episode 5 of season 3, "Roll Wit It" the rappers have to make up original dances.

Roscoe uses a broom to make his dance more creative.  The Hit List was based on social media reactions to the rapper's dance moves.  Roscoe was ranked number 4 on the Hit List and wasn't happy about it.  Keep your head up Roscoe!

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King Roscoe is a 13-year-old lyricist from Atlanta, Georgia.  He'll be seen on season 3 of The Rap Game which premieres on January 13 at 10/9c on Lifetime.  The rapper, whose real name is Al'Dreco Jones, will compete to join Jermaine Dupri's So So Def record label, alongside season 2 winner, Mani.


King Roscoe is competing on a "game" but he takes his music career seriously.  The Atlanta native entered the competition fully equipped.  He's managed by his mom, Deishonna and he already has an image consultant and vocal coach.

King Roscoe On The Rap Game
King Roscoe On The Rap Game

King Roscoe has been entertaining his loved ones since he was 2-years-old.  In the 3rd grade, he wrote the song "All A Student." In 2012, the track became his debut single.  The song will soon reach 100,000 YouTube views:


In 2014, King Roscoe appeared on season 9 of America's Got Talent.  The judges loved him and he even got a kiss from Mel B.

King Roscoe Mel B
King Roscoe Mel B

In the following video, King Roscoe delivers a freestyle that is on point.  He ends his verse with a shout out to his father who has passed away.  Jermaine Dupri is impressed with the substance included in the young rapper's lyrics.


Don't miss the season 3 premiere of The Rap Game on January 13 at 10/9c on Lifetime!



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