At just eighteen years old Rolla B first caught the attention of the Drum & Bass scene in August of 2022 when he released his first EP, ‘Fourth Generation,’ on Jungle Cakes, the notorious Jungle Drum & Bass record label. The track ‘Would Be’, featuring long time legend in the game Deekline, reached number 18 on the Beatport

Drum & bass Charts in a matter of days after it was played – unreleased – at Glastonbury and Nass festivals.

Tracks from the EP attracted nothing but positive feedback, with praise from esteemed artists such as Ed solo, Liondub, Kara, Benny V, Natty Lou, Ragga Twins, Flava D, Taxman, Charlie Tee, Kenny Ken, Benny Page and Martin Badder.
Radio stations from around the globe have played Rolla B’s music with the likes of Mollie Collins giving airtime on her Kiss FM late night Drum & Bass show. The EP has also been streamed in over one hundred countries such as Spain, Germany, the USA and New Zealand.

Rolla B first discovered his ear for Drum & bass at 14 and instantly got fascinated in the art of DJ’ing (starting out at Pirate Studios in Bristol). Following the success of his EP release Rolla B has filled rooms and created an electric atmosphere with sets playing at Bristol’s famous Lakota and Coroners Court under labels Shutdown & Hardcore Energy. With a promising future Rolla B is on an unstoppable path to bring an authentic and educational sound to the next generation of youth ready to step foot in the doors of rave life and experience jungle/ drum and bass at its most pinnacle moments.