Roddy Ricch is an American West Coast rapper who has claimed the No. 1 spot on the Hot 100 for weeks in a row. He gained fame after he released hit single “Die Young,” a street story song that articulates to his paranoias of being shot, killed, and arrested by the police.
Here are ten exciting facts of Roddy Ricch:
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- Rodrick Wayne Moore Jr., better known by his stage name Roddy Ricch
- He was born on October 22, 1998, in Compton, California.
- Roddy Ricch began rapping as young as eight and started producing beats at age sixteen.
- Roddy Ricch won a Grammy for Best Rap Performance “Racks in the Middle,” a track that Nipsey Hussle featured him.
- Meek Mill gifted Ricch “Dreamchasers” chain after appearing on Meek’s fourth studio album Championships.
- In an interview with GQ, Roddy Ricch says he draws inspiration from his life as he experiences his life, his music is going to evolve.
- As of March 2020, Roddy Ricch’s net worth is estimated to be 3 Million dollars, according to Celebrity Net Worth.
- Roddy Ricch looked up to Kendrick Lamar as someone who offers him key guidance. He revealed that at the age of 12 years old, he rapped for Kendrick. As a teenager, Kendrick motivated him to pursue hip-hop.
- His debut studio album is “Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial.” which buzzes the Billboard Hot 100 number one song for weeks “The Box,” becoming his most famous song worldwide.
- Roddy Ricch has gained co-signs from Meek Mill, Nipsey Hussle, DJ Mustard, Future, and Young Thug.