Roddy Ricch Biography
(Rapper, Singer-Songwriter Best Known for His Single ’Die Young’)
Birthday: October 22, 1998 (Libra)
Born In: Compton, California, United States
Roddy Ricch is an American rapper, singer, and songwriter. He is best known for his distinct style that reflects a Southern influence with an element of West, fused with introspective rhymes and melodic trap. This makes his music relatable to people from both the regions. Roddy has been signed by ‘Atlantic Records.' Through his music, Roddy spills out the harsh realities of the streets that he faced while growing up. He has even termed himself the “illustrator of the streets.’’ Hailing from the streets of Compton, Roddy has been influenced by artists such as Meek Mill, Future, Speaker Knockerz, and Young Thug, along with the Atlanta trap and Chicago drill styles. Starting his music career at the age of 16, Roddy rose to fame with the EP 'Be 4 tha Fame’ and the breakthrough single ‘Die Young,’ which he dedicated to XXXTentacion. From his debut mixtape, ‘Feed tha Streets,’ to his hit singles and the latest collaborations, Roddy has an array of credits as a rapper. However, he has kept his family's Louisiana roots intact in his style. Although the common notion among street-influenced rappers is that immaturity attracts attention, Roddy does not seem to follow this belief.