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Billie Eilish, Bad Bunny, The Weeknd And Roddy Ricch: 5 Songs Making Moves On The Hot 100

No. 10 - Bad Bunny - "Yonaguni" Bad Bunny has now landed inside the top 10 on the Hot 100 with four songs, but this new win is special. The Latin superstar’s latest single is his first to reach the highest tier on the tally without any other musician attached, as his three prior placements in the area have featured Jhay Cortez (“Dakiti”), Drake (“MIA”) and Cardi B and J Balvin (the former’s “I Like It”). "Yonaguni" doesn’t just reach the top 10 on this week's Hot 100, it debuts inside the tier, arriving as the loftiest start of the frame.
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Polo G Feat. Roddy Ricch

Ever since the release of “Pop Out,” it was no secret that Polo G was revving up to takeover the rap game. His loyal and dedicated fanbase grew alongside him as he continued to gain the respect of the rap game with each verse. On Friday, he unveiled his new project, Hall Of Fame which, to many, is a formal welcoming to the rap game’s popular table. The project is stacked with features from legends like Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne to his peers like Rod Wave.
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BET Awards 2021 Announces Star-Studded Performance Line-Up Featuring Roddy Ricch, H.E.R, Lil Baby. Tyler The Creator. Rapsody + More

BET announced today that Andra Day, City Girls, DaBaby, DJ Khaled,H.E.R., Jazmine Sullivan, Kirk Franklin, Lil Baby, Lil Durk, Migos, Moneybagg Yo!, Rapsody, Roddy Ricch, Tyler The Creator and many more will join the star-studded lineup of performers at this year’s “BET AWARDS,” LIVE from the Microsoft Theater. Additionally, up and coming artists Tone Stith and Bree Runway will be gracing the BET Amplified Stage, BET Music’s stamp of approval on the next big thing in music.
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Roddy Ricch Clarifies The Grammy Comments He Directed At Kanye West Last Year

Towards the end of 2020, The Recording Academy announced the nominees for the 2021 Grammy Awards. Amid all the controversy that would pour out after the nominations were revealed, there were certainly celebratory moments for a number of artists like Roddy Ricch. The Compton native received six nominations at the show, which included nods in the Best Rap Song, Song Of The Year, and Record Of The Year categories. Despite it being a high moment, Roddy felt it was ruined for him as just months prior, Kanye West, one of his idols, delivered a golden middle-finger to the Academy by peeing in one his Grammy awards, an act Roddy would criticize him for.

Roddy Ricch Speaks On His Grammy Awards Rant Directed At Kanye West

After being nominated at the Grammy Awards this year, Compton-based rapper Roddy Ricch ranted on Instagram Live about how people perceived his accomplishments, complaining that one of his idols, Kanye West, lessened the value of a Grammy Award by sharing a video of himself urinating on one of his trophies.

Roddy Ricch Clears Up Grammy Rant Directed At Kanye West

Roddy Ricch was nominated six times at the 2021 Grammy Awards but didn’t take home any hardware. No one likes to get snubbed, and it didn’t help that Kanye West, one of Roddy’s idols, urinated on a Grammy Award in September 2020. Roddy felt away about Kanye’s antics, and he went on a rant on Instagram Live last March.

(Watch) Roddy Ricch – Late At Night

Roddy Ricch is back! This past friday he released his first solo song of 2021 “Late At Night.” He’s still coming off the success of his 2019 EP ‘Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial’ and multipe features in 2020. The visual has a 1970’s retro feel to it and makes you feel like you’re watching an old school film. Director X who has directed multiple videos for Drake crushed the after effects in this video! Let us know what you think!

Roddy Ricch Recounts Meeting Jay-Z At The Grammys

The rise of Roddy Ricch in 2020 marked the arrival of a new star from Compton. The 22-year-old rapper has witnessed a tremendous amount of commercial success during the past year including two #1 singles and a Grammy award. Unfortunately, he didn't end up taking away any awards at this year's Grammy ceremony this year but he did leave with something more valuable than any award could offer.

Roddy Ricch Is a Teleporting Werewolf in ‘Late at Night’ Video

What does Roddy Ricch do late at night? Ride Ferris wheels, teleport to gallery parties, and turn into a werewolf, according to his video for new song “Late at Night.” What else was he supposed to do after fighting zombies with DaBaby in last year’s “Rockstar” video? The song “Late at Night” itself, Roddy’s latest solo outing following his 2020 smash album Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial, is about getting late-night love from his girl, played in the music video by Claws star Karrueche Tran. The slow jam is another example of Ricch’s signature sing-rapping style, with “High Fashion” producer Mustard once again handling the beat. Ricch teased the song on Twitter weeks ahead of its June 4 release. Already in 2021, the Compton rapper has released “Heartless,” which he debuted at the Grammys, and “4 Da Gang,” with Detroit up-and-comer 42 Dugg.

Best New Music This Week: Lil Baby, Lil Durk, Roddy Ricch, Tinashe, and More

New month, new music. This week, Lil Baby and Lil Durk connected on their highly anticipated album The Voice of the Heroes, featuring the Travis Scott-assisted single “Hats Off.” Roddy Ricch reconnected with Mustard on the smooth track “Late at Night.” And Tinashe linked with Buddy for their danceable summer record “Pasadena.” Ty Dolla Sign, Dua Lipa, Bad Bunny, and Brockhampton also released new music.

Roddy Ricch Shares Enchanted Music Video For 'Late at Night'

Roddy Ricch has dropped a new Mustard-produced single, “Late at Night,” along with an accompanying music video. In the X-directed visual, the rapper steps out in his hometown of Compton, where he slowly walks through an empty home before entering a deserted amusement park. There, the rapper rides the ferris wheel, and upon reaching the top, Ricch gets sucked into a vortex that leads to an alternate universe.

New Music Releases June 4: Billie Eilish, John Mayer, Roddy Ricch and More

Happy New Music Friday! It's every audiophile's favorite day of the week, and some of our favorite artists from all different genres have blessed us with new tunes. Billie Eilish released "Lost Cause" off her upcoming sophomore album, Happier Than Ever, John Mayer previewed his upcoming Sob Rock album with a retro-tinged new track, "Last Train Home," featuring Maren Morris, and Cynthia Erivo announced her debut album, Ch. 1 Vs. 1, with a stunning single, "The Good."
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The Real Meaning Behind 'Late At Night' By Roddy Ricch

Roddy Ricch is ready to mark his return. Last year, the Compton rapper gained nationwide success to his hit single, "The Box," which became the biggest song in the U.S. in 2020, according to Rolling Stone. That same year, Apple also named "The Box" the Top Song of The Year, while Ricch's album "Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial" earned Top Album of the Year.
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Roddy Ricch goes back to the ’80s in his “Late At Night” video

Roddy Ricch has dropped new song "Late At Night." A video for the song, co-directed by Roddy Ricch and Julien Christian Lutz (Director X), can be seen below. It features Ricch going from his home studio to an '80s dance party. Clearly influenced by Michael Jackson's "Thriller" video, the surreal visual also features the rapper riding a ferris wheel with actress and model Karrueche Tran. Check it out below.