Roc released his first album and single in the summer of 1977. The album was highly acclaimed by critics as a noble first effort. Roc wrote the material and also produced the recording. While attending High School, Hatfield was accepted into an electromechanical engineering program at a Midwest technical school. He attended high school in the mornings and vocational college in the afternoons during both his Junior and Senior years. He graduated with a high school diploma and an Associates in electromechanics.
Hatfield has maintained both his interests in science and entertainment ever since, continuing his education with courses in marketing, finance, and business management. In 1980 Mr. Hatfield made history by creating FM radio simulcast. Simulcast allowed home viewers to hear programs in stereo by tuning in to a designated radio station in their local area.
Here again science and art were joined when Hatfield produced a weekly Pop Music program titled, " Starflight 80" which aired in many major cities. This forerunner to MTV featured up and coming artists as well as, " National Recording Acts". Hatfield was inducted into "Who's Who in Entertainment" in 1989 for his accomplishments in pioneering the use of simul-cast for his weekly music program.
Producing Starflite 80 was a terrific challenge for Hatfield, he was virtually responsible for every aspect of the expensive weekly music program. Including scripts, talent coordination, all technical arrangements as well as selling the advertising spots during the program. "This was a tremendous learning experience," claims Hatfield. By 1981 Hatfield moved to Tampa, Florida to build a T.V. and Film post production facility from scratch, but his plans would be set on the back burner for a while.
In 1985 Mr. Hatfield founded Metropolitan Capital Resources, a Tampa based company that provided consulting in the areas of private placements, I.P.O.'s corporate management, and product development. During this time Hatfield was exposed to many new products and business ideas. Simultaneously, Hatfield continued his work in developing a film production facility and began writing screenplays that utilized his music and familiarity with the movie making process.
In 1986 Hatfield was introduced to a new client who had explored many areas of South America as a mining consultant. The client was seeking funding for a mining project in Columbia, South America.
Hatfield subsequently curtailed his consulting business and became a founder of Centuri Mining Corporation. This mining company acquired over 21,000 acres of prime gold mining properties and pioneered the development of sophisticated placer gold dredging equipment.
Roc lived in Medellin, Colombia for a year and became fluent in Spanish, while developing many contacts in the business and political circles of Bogota and Medellin. Hatfield soon acquired 100% control of the Centuri Mining Properties and transferred ownership to a Grand cayman company, El Dorado Turbo Dragas, Ltd.100% of El Dorado Turbo Dragas Ltd. was subsequently sold to a public corporation in the U.S. for a substantial amount of stock and cash. The acquiring company is a Florida based manufacturer of medically related technologies.
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