An innovator in the wonderful world of Chicago Juke — a genre where Chicago home, bass music, and ghetto technology get together — DJ Roc was created Clarence Johnson about Chicago’s South Part. After encountering the furious audio of Ghetto home music, Roc became a lover. When he bought the FL Studio room system in 2001 — after that referred to as Fruityloops — he became a maker, creating a group of songs and mixtapes that could, as time passes, evolve in to the quicker Chicago Juke design. He started DJing in 2005, and in 2007 he released the very first level of the blend series Juke Town: The Split Capital, which released his Split Capone alias. The Split Capone album made an appearance three years down the road the earth Mu label. Carrying out a few even more combine CDs and EPs, his following record, Practice What U Preach, found its way to 2015 in the Duck N’ Cover label.