On the road to stardom, Roddy Ricch stands as the latest product from the rap world of Compton. Notching co-signs from some of the game’s best – including Nipsey Hussle, who he assisted on the late rapper’s final single, “Racks in the Middle” – Roddy steps into the light for his official debut.
Sporting the extended title of Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial, Roddy realizes this is just the beginning of what could (hopefully) be a lengthy career. “I ain’t even really stepped into my prime at all,” the young artist says. “I’m really just growing every day… I just really want people to be connected with me as I go along this journey of my life.”
Led by the previously-released “Start Wit Me,” “Big Stepper” and “Tip Toe,” the album checks in at 16 tracks with features from Gunna, Lil Durk, Meek Mill, Mustard, Ty Dolla $ign, and A Boogie wit da Hoodie. There was also supposed to be a surprise guest on the title-track, but it seems the song was removed before the official release.
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