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Hip-Hop/Rap: G-Funk Hip-Hop/Rap: Underground Rap Hip-Hop/Rap: West Coast Rap Moods: Mood: Party Music Moods: Type: Lyrical

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United States - Arizona

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Avery Baker, AKA “Rockemical” began life in Amarillo, Texas in 1979
and moved to Seattle, Washington in the early 1980s. It wasn’t long
after that He entered the game and started running the streets of the
Central District with the since lost homie “Tae” (RIP) By the fifth
grade Avery found himself grinding the streets of Seattle from 3rd and
Pike to Georgetown to everywhere in between selling his first rock by
the age of 13 and facing jail time by His senior year of high school.
The road ahead to success would be more than challenging.

Growing up, Avery found himself heavily influenced by west coast music
from “NWA”, “MC Eiht”, “Redman”, and “2pac” to “Kriss Kross” and
“ABC” without forgetting about all of the R n’B groups from the late
1980’s to early 1990’s. Avery found his gift on the microphone at an
early age and had written his first song while in the 3rd grade.
Rapping came like second nature and Rockemical quickly gained respect
for His ability to spit unique perspective based rhymes with tips of
course from his bigger brother and continues to be a dominating multi
talented factor in the business.

- “ A west coast sound with west coast flavor, but labeling
Rockemical one dimensional is something that you just shouldn’t do”

Success through trials, a man with a mission moved from Seattle to
Arizona in late 2000 for a chance at a fresh start. Building an empire
from the ground up Avery was determined to find success in music. A
chance run in with an old partner in crime who shared the same passion
for music quickly completed the foundation for the Grand movement
series with the duo combination of “Rockemical” and “Milton Barnett”
otherwise known as “Alius” to form the appropriately titled group
“Dualz”. In less than a year their first independent album “Paid Dues
the Official Album” was released and gained instant success and
became easily recognized as one of the tightest Independent albums
released out of Arizona. Without warning suddenly the very issues they
had tried to leave behind finally caught up landing Alius a prison
sentence thus halting the once unstoppable team in their tracks.
Rockemical was left solo to keep the “Dualz” name alive.

Determined to follow the “Grand” dream Avery geared up and started up
his own independent label titled “Improvise Entertainment”. Dropping 3
more albums under the label including “Paid Dues”,” Paid Dues The
Official Album” and “The Promotional Campaign Mix tape” appearing with
high end artists such as “Kurupt Young Gotti” (DPG), “Bad Azz” (DPG),
“Luni Coleone”, and Spice 1. In May 2008 Rockemical released his first
solo project titled “Grand New” featuring guest artists such as “Luni
Coleone”, “Alius”, and “Dualz”, and once again dominated the airwaves
of Arizona securing Rockemical as one of Arizona’s top up and coming
emcees and by all means not to be taken lightly. The second of a 4
album series entitled “Grande Grindin’ & Getting Money” Arrived early
2009 in the form of a mix tape co produced with “DJ FES” of “FESmusic”
and found new success and followers in both AZ and Seattle. Plans are
currently in the works to drop another mix tape “Grand Stars” by the
end of 2009 before unveiling the final chapter in the Grand Series
“Kemical Warfare” which is slotted for a mid to late 2010 release.

For booking and contact information please visit Rockemical online at or