Rochell'le is a famous R&B singer during the course of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. She does not appear in the game, and is only mentioned in Rockstar Games' promotional site "Forgotten Legends of Westcoast Rap".

She began her career by singing R&B Ballads and Love Songs titled Dreamin, My Dream Came True and Dream Rap, and her image is described as "all tea parties and teddy bears". She is based on Mariah Carey, the best-selling music artist of the 1990s, as well as Michel'le, a singer who dated Dr. Dre and has a son with him.

This briefly changed when a female rapper, The Real Rochelle, released a song titled Rochell'le, Rochell'le (which could be a reference to the the TV show Seinfeld, which had a fictional movie and musical, also titled Rochelle, Rochelle). Rochell'le quickly responded with the highly unexpected diss rap song Rochell'le's Revenge, which was rumored to have been ghost written by her boyfriend, gangsta rap legend Madd Dogg. In the song, she "lyrically destroyed her similarly-named rival with clear logic: simply, that there could only be one Rochell'le, due to the uniqueness of her name and the unusual apostrophe before the final two letters". This string of back-and-forth songs is based on the 1985-1988 Roxanne Wars (Rochell'le standing in for Roxanne Shanté).

After the Rochell'le Wars, her then manager/producer Jimmy Silverman influenced her to take on a more sexualized, hip-hop driven image with the albums Leg$ (1991) and, after breaking up with Madd Dogg, Dangerous Curves (1994) which caused the public to lose interest. This again parodies Carey and similar events in her career, which came with the release of Daydream (1995) and Butterfly (1997).

Forgotten Legends says that she has disappeared from the scene and people wish to see her return, a reference to Carey's 2001-2004 struggles. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas was made in 2004, shortly before Carey made a huge comeback with The Emancipation of Mimi (2005).