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Adjnamedroach Set To Release “Never Go Back” Album Ft. Trick Daddy & Turk

Adjnamedroach, born Bryan Andrew Dunn, is a rising Florida based artist who is gaining global attention! Adjnamedroach, also known as Roach, creates music for those who have experienced the struggle and overcame it to become successful. He is one of the most established artists from the South, having worked with many major artists and producers.


In 2020, Adjnamedroach released his hit single “WTF You Want”, which quickly accumulated over 100k+ views on YouTube. Following the success of his last release, Adjnamedroach dropped a pair of projects titled “I AM WHO I AM” and “No Pen, No Pad Tingz”. He quickly gained over 2 million streams on Spotify.


Adjnamedroach’s music is based on real life experiences. Having had prior run-ins with the law, Roach was named as a person of interest in an investigation regarding a North Carolina drug ring. He was eventually arrested by US Marshals in South Florida, in June, 2020. He was extradited after 14 days to North Carolina and immediately posted a $250,000 bond.


When he was just 18, he was sentenced to 10 years in prison, and he passed the time by honing his lyricism, finding his sound, and rapping with fellow inmates.


Following his release from prison, Adjnamedroach released his debut EP, “AEPByRoach”, and soon after aligned himself with the legendary Atlanta DJ Scream for the release of his sophomore EP titled “Don’t Come For Me”. Since then, Adjnamedroach has cemented himself as one of the South’s hottest artists. From a life of pain, he seeks to gain success, and make life for himself and others even better.


Adjnamedroach is expected to drop his new album “Never Go Back” this month, including several hit singles with major artists such as Trick Daddy & Turk from the Hot Boys. For more on Adjnamedroach and to get music updates, follow him on Instagram at @Adjnamedroach

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