PLEASE EXCUSE ME FOR BEING ANTISOCIAL: A Ricch Listen

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There is a new hip-hop album on the block. Roddy Ricch, who is fairly new to the industry, released a new album. Since his start, Roddy Ricch has released three albums.  This new album gives everyone some raw piano street tales and just some songs to turn up to. The first song on the album, “Intro”, talks about his upbringing in Compton which ties in with his style of the street tales. Another track off the album, “The Box”, which might be the most popular song on the album, gives the listener vibes of warm up songs for sports or just to get a party lit. Not only are the songs great, but his ability to use different types of backgrounds is also amazing. In “War Baby”, Roddy Ricch harmonizes with a gospel choir. He also has some good features on the album such as Gunna. This album really showcases Roddy Ricch’s skillfulness in this industry. Overall, Roddy Ricch made an album full of hits and balanced emotions with hype. As a warning, though, this album contains explicit language.

Highlights: “The Box,” “Start with Me,” “Big Stepper”

Rating: 7/10