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Roddy Ricch - Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial

Atlantic Records

  • £31.50

Format: Vinyl - 2 x 140g 12" Black vinyl album
UPC: 0075678649035
Release Date: 24th July 2020
Genre: Hip Hop

Vinyl Track Listing:
Side A
Roddy Ricch - Intro
Roddy Ricch - The Box
Roddy Ricch - Start Wit Me (feat. Gunna)
Roddy Ricch - Perfect Time

Side B
Roddy Ricch - Moonwalkin (feat. Lil Durk)
Roddy Ricch - Big Stepper
Roddy Ricch - Gods Eyes
Roddy Ricch - Peta (feat. Meek Mill)

Side C
Roddy Ricch - Boom Boom Room
Roddy Ricch - Elyse's Skit
Roddy Ricch - High Fashion (feat. Mustard)
Roddy Ricch - Bacc Seat (feat. Ty Dolla $ign)

Side D
Roddy Ricch - Roll Dice
Roddy Ricch - Prayers To The Trap God
Roddy Ricch - Tip Toe (feat. A Boogie Wit da Hoodie)
Roddy Ricch - War Baby

Roddy Ricch has become one of the biggest new stars in the world thanks to his debut album ‘Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial’
It was the longest running #1 debut album from a rap artist in the US
The Box has been by far the biggest song on social media of 2020
He has fully cemented himself after breakthrough 2018 singles ‘Every Season’ and ‘Die Young’
UK chart peaks:
#2 OCC #1 Spotify #1 Apple Music #2 Shazam #14 iTunes #1 YouTube
Radio 1 A List / Radio 1 Xtra A List / Capital Xtra A List / KISS Fresh A List / KISS Playlist

Whether it be the phrases engraved in the sidewalk or graffiti tagged on the walls, the concrete emulates the pulse of any hood in America. Those stone-cold expressions ring out as warnings, epitaphs, and tributes to the streets.

When Roddy Ricch raps and sings, his words carry the same weight, cauterizing pain as poetry. That’s how the 21-year-old Compton native turned caustic confessions such as “Die Young” and “Every Season” into RIAA platinum hits within one year since the arrival of his 2018 breakout mixtape Feed tha Streets II. That’s how he racked up over 1 billion total streams across his own output and blockbuster collaborations such as “Project Dreams” with Marshmello, the late Nipsey Hussle’s “Racks in the Middle” also featuring Hit-Boy, Meek Mill’s “Splash Warning” accompanied by Future and Young Thug, and the multiplatinum remix of “wow.” alongside Post Malone and Tyga. That’s how he ended up nominated for “Best New Hip Hop Artist” and “Best Mixtape” at the 2019 BET Hip-Hop Awards, wound up on the cover of XXL as part of the coveted Freshman Class, and graced “Artist To Watch” lists by Amazon Music, Billboard, and BBC 1Xtra. That’s how he emerged as the talk of Made In America Festival and Spotify’s Rap Caviar Show during the Final Four Tournament.

Acclaimed by everyone from Pitchfork to The Fader, he offers a perspective from inside and outside of the hood on a string of projects slated for 2019 and beyond.

“I’ve learned you sometimes just have to take a step outside of yourself in order to evaluate who you really are as a person,” he exclaims. “I most definitely do that these days. I’m not only looking at myself from the inside; I’m looking from above as well to see where I can eventually go in my music.”

Roddy’s experience covers all angles as well. Born and raised in the heart of Los Angeles, he grew up between his mom’s place in South Central and grandparents’ house in Compton before adopting the New Wilmington Arms projects as a second home during high school. After his mom’s second re-marriage, he started “getting into trouble” and would be kicked out at 16-years-old. He spent a few months with dad in San Diego before returning home, because “you can’t really do music in San Diego.” Following a year in private school where he studied the work of Shakespeare and completed a rigorous English and Fine Arts curriculum, a fistfight with his stepdad caused an irreparable rift.

So, Roddy moved out on his own.

Inspired by everyone from Meek Mill and Young Thug to Future and Zapp & Roger, he dove into making music. Roddy uploaded his first single “Ricch *****” to Soundcloud, and it caught fire— generating 200K streams within two months during 2016. He signed to Bird Vision Entertainment and independently dropped the Feed tha Streets mixtape in 2017. The music video for lead single “Fucc It Up” put up serious numbers, eclipsing 2.8 million YouTube views and 840K Spotify streams within a year.

Everything set the stage for Feed Tha Streets II though. Not only did “Die Young” and “Every Season” cement his place among rap’s upper echelon, but the likes of “Down Below” and “Cream” illuminated his dynamics. After the one-off single “Out Tha Mud,” which Pitchfork named among “The Ones,” he dove into crafting his 2019 Atlantic Records debut EP, Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial.

Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial forever etches Roddy’s own unfolding story in concrete as well.

“I’m all about sharing what I’ve got,” he leaves off. “I hope to give back and motivate everybody in the hood. At the same time, I show the outside world life is all about choices, decisions, and consequences. I want to tell every side of the story.”

Notion Magazine cover

Heavy digital spend / Outdoor presence / Triller + Tiktok campaigns

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