Rockie Fresh has a new label home. After spending the last few years on Rick Ross' Maybach Music Group label, Fresh is getting a new start on Rostrum Records.

On Tuesday (Oct. 23), the label announced the new acquisition. The "Still Watching" rapper inked a multi-album deal, reports Billboard. “Rockie has long been an artist I’ve admired,” said Rostrum founder and President Benjy Grinberg in a statement. “And I’m proud that we can be a part of history in releasing his official debut album. Over the course of making this project, I have gotten to know Rockie well. He’s not only an incredible artist but also a wonderful person. It’s really special when you find both of those qualities in someone. I can’t wait for everyone to hear this music.”

The feeling is mutual. “I’ve always had a lot of respect for Benjy and the system he’s built at Rostrum," said Fresh. "Now that we are working together, I fully understand why he’s been so successful in building the careers of some of my favorite artists. His trust in my vision has allowed me to be in a great place while creating this upcoming album. I would say that the future is very bright for both Rostrum and myself.”

Rostrum is the label home to artists like Wiz Khalifa, Caleb Brown and formerly Mac Miller.

To celebrate the new deal, Rockie has released the new song "No Satisfaction." The track bangs, making use of spacey chords and punchy bass. "I can't get no satisfaction/These bitches want my time, I want some action," he raps. "She only want to fuck me for my fashion (For my drip)/Nigga, I count all this cash with a passion."

Rocky is working on the follow-up to his The Night I Went To... EP series.

Listen to Rockie Fresh's "No Satisfaction" track below.

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