Bubbling up from the streets of Compton with quality content and dramatic flair, Roddy Ricch began his official career in 2017 with his debut mixtape Feed Tha Streets. He rose to prominence with the second installment to Feed Tha Streets called Feed Tha Streets 2 in 2018, which contains his leading debut single “Die Young.” In 2019, Roddy Ricch released his debut album Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial, which is now 2x platinum. With cosigns from artists like the late Nipsey Hussle, Mustard and more, the young Compton native was destined for success. The 35x platinum and 10x diamond selling artist is known for his hit singles like “The Box," “Die Young," “Late At Night" and more. Roddy Ricch is currently one of hip-hop’s most prominent acts with 9 Grammy nominations and 1 Grammy award shared with Nipsey Hussle. Roddy Ricch released his second studio album Live Life Fast in December of 2021.
1 - “Racks In The Middle: Nipsey Hussle ft. Roddy Ricch.
He took it seriously after being released from jail, jumpstarting his stardom in 2017.
His real name is Roderick, which is where Roddy Ricch derives from.
Roddy Ricch is signed to Atlantic Records, Bird Vision Ent.
The song was inspired by the late XXXtentacion.
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