December 7, 2022

Roddy Ricch Bio, Age, Albums, Net Worth

Roddy Ricch Bio

Roddy Ricch (Rodrick Moore) is an American rapper and producer from Compton, California he is signed to Bird Vision Entertainment at the moment. He released his mixtape “Feed Tha Streets II” which has peaked to number 68 on the BillBoard 200 Chart.

Roddy Ricch Age

Roddy was born on October 22, 1998 and is currently 22 years old as of 2018.

Roddy Ricch Family|Early Life

Being raised in Compton, Roddy was no stranger to the rough street life , from an early age he became associated with the “Crip Gang” and when tensions escalated throughout his home, His mother kicked him out.

At 15 years old roddy hit the streets hustling to survive and make ends meet at that time rapping was just a side gig for him he actually never took it serious he only did it for pleasure, He was convinced that most young rappers were not making any money.

Eventually the law caught up to him and roddy was convicted, after spending several weeks in jail he decided to finally take his music seriously.

Roddy Ricch Career

Roddy began uploading his music online in 2015 and two years later he released his debut EP “Feed Tha Streets” over soundcloud. The EP proved to be successful as it racked up thousands of plays on soundcloud but unfortunately at that time roddy was still in jail.

Despite not being able to reap the fruits of his labor, The launching platform was set. In March 2018 he released his second EP “Be 4 Tha Fame” which also recieved major support from his fans .

In July 2018 he released his most successful single “Die Young” which was inspired by the death of young rapper  “XXXTentacion” and other young rappers, It immediately went viral online.

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As of November 2018 it has 6.2 million plays on soundcloud and 12 million views on You Tube. This particular song changed his life putting him on the public’s radar and connecting him to prominent artists.

Despite not being signed to any label, he is endorsed by rappers like DJ Mustard, 03 Greedo, Nipsey Hussle and RJ. In the process he developed a close relationship with rapper meek Mill.

Roddy recently released his debut album “Feed Tha Streets II”  and the project is poised to do well.

Roddy Ricch Net Worth

Roddy has an estimated net worth of 1 million dollars as of 2019.

Roddy Ricch Personal Life

Roddy’s girlfriend and romantic affiliation is currently unknown.

Roddy Ricch Album

Title Album details Peak chart positions
US
US
R&B
UK
Feed Tha Streets
  • Released: November 22, 2017
  • Label: Independent
  • Formats: Digital Download
Feed Tha Streets II
  • Released: November 2, 2018
  • Label: Bird Vision Entertainment
  • Formats: Digital Download
68 36 86

Roddy Ricch Singles

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
US
R&B/HH
UK
“Chase Tha Bag” 2017 Feed Tha Streets
“Hoodricch”
“Fucc It Up”
“Ricch Forever” 2018 Non-album single
“Die Young” 84 Feed Tha Streets II
“Every Season” 48
“Project Dreams”
(with Marshmello)
46 Non-album single

Roddy Ricch Die Young Lyrics

Die Young

Roddy Ricch

I ain’t tryna die young, so I gotta ride with one
Still ten toes down in my Balenciagas
He ran down on a nigga, that’s a shotta, shotta
Cold hearted nigga with that blocka, blocka
Gotta keep it on me, I don’t wanna die young
I rather be judged by twelve, than carried by six
I’ma go post bail, just look at my wrist
Tell me, why the legends always gotta die quick?

When I’m in traffic gotta slide with the beam on me
‘Cause I keep ’bout ten racks bussin’ out the jeans on me
Niggas be hating, I’m rich, it’s all about the cream homie
If I ever get caught lackin’, they gon’ slide
Ever since I got the Rollie, I ain’t got the time
Flawless diamonds, niggas can’t never block the shine
They know I’m ballin’ in the city like DeRozan
Gotta keep my niggas ’round me, I can’t do the wrong friends
I was knockin’ down walls, now they closin’ in
Hopped off the porch, and then I hopped inside the Porsche, aye
Fuck being the side nigga, I’ma be the main court
Whipped the Rolls like a young nigga made for it

I ain’t tryna die young, so I gotta ride with one
Still ten toes down in my Balenciagas
He ran down on a nigga, that’s a shotta, shotta
Cold hearted nigga with that blocka, blocka
Gotta keep it on me, I don’t wanna die young
I rather be judged by twelve, than carried by six
I’ma go post bail, just look at my wrist
Tell me, why the legends always gotta die quick?

Tryna get my bag, I had to go and make it happen
Me and my dogs, we was bussin’ out them bandos
Count out them hunnids then we throw it in the mattress
Wrap it in plastic, and throw it in the attic
I be in the streets nigga, I stand ten toes
Any nigga in my situation woulda been fold
We was trappin’ out the basement, made it back tenfold
Gotta stay out the way, that’s why I’m always on it, tenfold
We was fighting fed cases, remember I was 2 and 0
Nigga was fightin’ the pressure, sippin’ syrup, I was movin’ slow
I was down below, but still, I always kept my head up
Nigga gotta get my bread up, I don’t wanna die young, no, no, no

I ain’t tryna die young, so I gotta ride with one
Still ten toes down in my Balenciagas
He ran down on a nigga, that’s a shotta, shotta
Cold hearted nigga with that blocka, blocka
Gotta keep it on me, I don’t wanna die young
I rather be judged by twelve, than carried by six
I’ma go post bail, just look at my wrist
Tell me, why the legends always gotta die quick?

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Hometown: Compton

I grew up listening to: “Future, Speaker Knockerz and Meek [Mill].”

My style’s been compared to: “A lot of people say I got my own sound. I ain’t never really got no comparisons. When people hear my music, they be like, “He got his own lil sound.”

My standout records to date: “‘Die Young’ just reached 10 million on YouTube. ‘Fucc It Up’ had like 5 [million] on YouTube. ‘Every Season,’ I feel like it’s gonna be big. People was actually mad I didn’t leave it a cappella. You gotta make it a song!”

My standout moments to date: “My biggest moments have been in Philly—I met Jay-Z and Beyonce in Philly, I did the Powerhouse in Philly. That was the biggest crowd that sang my shit back like that.”

My most slept-on song: “‘Free Game.’ It got plays but it didn’t go up-up, because it’s just the mood of the song. I made ‘Free Game’ based on personal experiences, what I been through, my life, exposing people to the fact that I’m in the streets. That song, it pulls on me. I get chills every time I hear that shit.”

Most people don’t know: “I used to be like Michael Jordan in high school, no cap. [I was a] point guard. I was more like an Allen Iverson type of nigga, I ain’t gon lie. Jordan was a dunking type of nigga. I was more like that cross-a-nigga-up, breaking-his-ankles type situation.”

I’m going to blow up because: “My best friend died in a high-speed chase. Before he went to jail, he told me, ‘Roddy, chase the bag, do what you gotta do, put this before anything.’ I looked up to him, ’cause he was getting money before me. It’s more about chasing it, for me. I don’t really be putting no limitations or projections on myself. I just go do it. I don’t really be thinking about that shit. Just put the music out. If I’m speaking to the streets and for the streets, they gon’ respond. I don’t even be thinking about blowing up.”

I’m going to be the next: “I’ma be the next richest man in the world.”