Roddy Ricch: Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial

Roddy Ricch: Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial

Rodrick Wayne Moore, more commonly known as Roddy Ricch, was born in Compton, CA. At only 21, he’s signed to Atlantic Records and only has 2 albums and a mixtape, Feed the Streets II, that blew him up on social media with the little exposure on Instagram from Meek Mill. His mixtape would eventually peak at 67 of Billboard’s Hot 100 and the single “Every Season” was played everywhere. Roddy Ricch was originally signed to Dream Chasers Records, which is owned by Meek Mill, but would later sign for a larger deal with Atlantic Records.

Roddy Ricch has always been mediocre to good, who would release a good song once in awhile and he has continued this trend on his new album, Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial. Its release date was December 6, 2019 and  sold a surprising 103k units during the week of its release. Although it has a variety of 16 songs, I would give 3 of these 16 songs another listen which would be “The Box,” “Start With Me (Ft. Gunna),” and “Peta (Ft. Meek Mill).” The other 13 songs truly express 0 feeling and are sadly bland and repetitive. Roddy Ricch is an obviously talented artist, however his music is missing a motive.