Roddy Ricch Tickets
The young star Roddy Ricch will be going on an exciting musical venture titled, The Anti-Social Tour. Starting in January, the one-month trek will come to an end in February 2020. The star recently released his album Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial and has announced the trek to support it. The album came out on December 6, 2019 and will cover most of the content of Rich’s concert with new tracks like High Fashion, Roll Dice, War Baby, Tip Toe, Prayers to the TrapGod and many more. If you want to support Roddy Ricch and his recent release then hurry up and buy your Roddy Ricch Tickets now.
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Things You Didn’t Know About Roddy Ricch
Known as Roddy Ricch, Rodrick Wayne Moore Jr. started his career in 2017 by releasing his first mixtape named, Feed Tha Streets. It features his famous songs like Fucc It Up, Die Young, Chase Tha Bad and Hoodricch. The singer excels at hip-hop genre and is also very famous for his rapping. His songs are a fusion of Southern influence with a touch of West mixed with introspective rhymes. Since his music has a touch of both, West and Southern influence, it is loved in both the regions. Through his songs, the singer channels different messages about the harsh realities of life and has talked about his life experiences like growing up on streets. Roddy Ricch calls himself “illustrator of the streets”. Roddy has had ups and downs in his life and there are a few things you need to know about him.
Roddy’s mother kicked him out of the house because she found him getting way too much involved with a gang. To make ends meet, the young singer started working but the money he made didn’t suffice his needs. Due to his illegal activities, Roddy was put behind bars and after he got released, he decided to focus on music.
A Lot of Appreciation
Roddy Ricch credits Nipsey Hussle for all his fame. He shared in an interview that Hussle was one of the most important reasons which led him to rapping. Hussle helped him grew and after he passed away, Roddy got a tattoo on his right eyebrow as a dedication to Hussle.
Roddy was influenced by a lot of rappers while he was growing up. He and Kendrick Lamar attended the same church. He saw the development in Lamar’s career which gave him the motivation to work on himself and his career. Gucci Mane, Future, Young Thug and Eazy E are also among his influencers.
Roddy was born in California but he used to spend most of his time with his grandmother in Atlanta and Louisiana. His time spent in the South has a huge impact on his accent. The Southern influence has given him an edge and helped him develop a voice different than all the rappers in town. He has a clear voice which works really well for him.
Rap Rap All The Way!
Roddy Ricch started rapping at a very young age and at that point in time he took it as a leisure activity. Later, he decided to peruse his career in music and released his first mixtape independently on SoundCloud. The record didn’t do very well but surely motivated Roddy to drop his successful track Die Young. The song gained him a lot of exposure and opened many doors for him.
What Is The Story Behind Die Young?
Die Young is one of the most famous songs of Roddy and he wrote it as a tribute to XXXTentacion. The rapper died very young while he was being robbed. Roddy wrote Die Young as a way to express his feelings towards his peers and also conveyed the message that he doesn’t want to die young.
Other than Die Young, his famous songs also include Every Season, Project Dreams, How It Is, Out Da Mud and many more. The young star will be singing all these songs during his performance. Grab your Roddy Ricch Tickets and become a part of this star-studded night.
Roddy Ricch Ticket Prices
Currently the average price for Roddy Ricch tickets is $139. The date and location for this event is 8-May-21 at RFK Stadium, Washington. The minimum get-in price for Roddy Ricch tickets is $137.
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Q:When does Roddy Rich concert 2021 stop in LA?
A:The rising rapper Roddy Ricch has announced his headlining "The Antisocial Tour", and it'll be the first time that he's hitting the road solo. The trek will stop at the Hollywood Palladium in LA on December 28, 2021, Roddy Ricch Tickets for which are now available. His 2021 gigs also include a performance in Winter Breakout Festival.
Q:What information can you give me on Roddy Ricch UK Tour Tickets?
A:At the moment Roddy Ricch has only released information on his North American Tour that officially kicks off on December 12, 2021 from Vancouver. Following a December 28 concert in LA, he will once again hit the road on January 14, setting things in motion for "The Antisocial Tour". You can browse through our Roddy Ricch Tickets inventory to see his schedule.
Q:When can I buy Roddy Ricch tickets?
A:Roddy Ricch's "The Antisocial Tour" is already underway and if you're looking to buy Roddy Ricch Tickets, then this is the right time. The hip-hop artist is touring in support of his debut studio album "Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial" that's expected to release some time in 2021. The North American tour will wrap up on February 11 with a performance in Minneapolis.
Q:How much will it cost me to buy Roddy Ricch concert tickets?
A:Roddy Ricch Tickets for his "The Antisocial Tour" are averaging between $43 and $64. But you can get more affordable deals depending on the row and seat you chose. There is a seating map available on Roddy Ricch Tickets page on our site, please go through it before finalizing your deals.