Roddy Ricch got nominated for three Grammy Awards and he’s no where near his prime yet. When he first started making strong waves, people immediately took notice of his sharp melodies and his ability to create a long-lasting pop/rap banger. His struggle-filled lyrics are in line with rappers that portray a harder street background but the Big Stepper presents himself as more of an antisocial superstar. We’ve been patiently waiting for more information regarding Roddy Ricch’s upcoming album and, finally, the day has come. Not only have we gotten a date for the release but Roddy hit up Zane Lowe’s radio show on Beats 1 to discuss his new single “Tip Toe” with A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and a surprise feature on the forthcoming body of work.
Dropping on December 6, Roddy Ricch will officially make his mark on the hip-hop scene, coming through with a full-length effort and revealing that Meek Mill will be featured. “The album’s coming on December 6th, man. Please excuse me for being antisocial,” told Roddy to Zane. “It’s going to have a couple of features on it. I mean, most definitely. Me and Meek ain’t really had our time to really just shine on a record together. So for sure, me and Meek, we the only two on the song.”
Though, his latest track with A Boogie, Roddy is happy for the fans to hear what’s good. “When we first met each other it was just more conversation to understand where each other was from, understanding his perspective on how he was raised and what he was brought up doing and he just got to hear a little bit of what I got into and we just had a bond over that,” he said about Boogie. “And then it kind of just grew from that. For me, it’s never been a thing. I used to look at it like, if I’m doing music with somebody, obviously they did it for a purpose, which obviously all the time that wasn’t true, but that’s just how I had looked at it.”
Giuseppe got me on my tip toe
Why you watching on the flip phone?
‘Bout this traffic, playing give ’n’ go
Serving junkies out the window
Tons of robbers got the extendo
We ain’t playing no pretendo