Roddy Ricch: his “LiveLifeFast” album will reunite Future, Ty Dolla $ ign, 21 Savage and other artists

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Roddy Ricch is one of the latest hip-hop talents destined to reach the top . He caused a storm when he arrived in the industry, and many major players in the rap game took notice of his talent. However, the unfortunate reality of the rap industry is that it doesn’t take much to lose its relevance. Many young hopefuls died after initially being promising . Fortunately, this is not a reality that seems to trouble Roddy Ricch. It’s been over two years since he burst onto the scene, and he has effortlessly managed to stay at the top of the American game . He also plans to release a new LiveLifeFast project thanks to which he intends to mark and recall his presence.

“LiveLifeFast”, an album rich in style

Roddy Ricch fans have been waiting for a new album from the author of “The Box” for a long time, and now that the launch of his next project has been announced , he’s been beating us around the bush. A few days ago, the 23-year-old unveiled the list of stars who will be featured on his LifeLifeFast album , which he also revealed has no skipping policy. A photo posted on Roddy’s Instagram mentions Future, Kodak Black, Jamie Foxx, Ty Dolla $ ign, Gunna and Lil Baby as contributors.

If you thought we were done, guess again. 21 Savage, Fivio Foreign, Bibi Bourelly, Takeoff and Alex Isley have also been asked to lend their talents to the next record, which is scheduled for release this Friday, December 17. On the production side, there are industry legends like TM88, Mustard, Boi-1da, Kenny Beats and Cardogotwings, who recently teamed up with former collaborators Wiz Khalifa and Sledgren for a new project called Wiz Got Wings.

While awaiting the list of tracks and productions, the Compton-born artist released a trailer for his highly anticipated album, featuring the voice of Ty Dolla and a monologue by Roddy himself. “  My OG P told me the goal in life is to have fast money, fast bitches and fast cars. But the consequences of this life are glory. But all things fast must slow down. 

“  And at some point, life will force you to stop. The result was 26 years in a federal penitentiary. I realized that I lived fast. I want to take my time. Time is the most expensive luxury in the world. It’s something you spend, and never get back. But you never know how much you have left . ”

An album announced and awaited for a long time

In the two years since Ricch exploded onto the scene with his debut album which won the BET Award for Best Album of the Year , i her racked up the accolades and established herself as one of the the most promising young artists of current hip-hop. While celebrating the second anniversary of Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial , the rapper also celebrated his single “The Box,” which surpassed the 10 million sales threshold to earn RIAA Diamond certification. Recently, the 23-year-old spent $ 5.6 million on a property in Beverly Hills .

However, while the success of the first record was mild, there is still a long way to go. In November, Ricch revealed that the sequel to Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial, titled LiveLifeFast , would be released on December 17, and revealed the Nipsey Hussle-inspired album cover. The “High Fashion” also went on Twitter to thank its fans for having supported it from the start .

Additionally, the album’s intro short, which was recently released, shows the rapper delivering a moving monologue before speeding down a country road in his Rolls-Royce.

Dressed in a crisp tuxedo and surrounded by beautiful women and luxurious peacock feathers, Ricch explains the value of time in these terms: “  My OG P told me that the purpose of life is to have money. fast, fast bitches and fast cars. But the consequences of this life are glory. But all fast things must slow down, ”he laments. “And at some point, life will force you to stop. His result was 26 years in a federal penitentiary. I realized that I lived fast. I want to take my time. Time is the most expensive luxury in the world. It’s something you spend, and never get back. But you never know how much you have left. 

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