It’s been two years since the music world waited without a new project from Roddy Ricch. He became a full-fledged star in early 2020 after releasing his debut album “Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial” at the end of 2019. Hit records like “The Box” and Gunna had a strong collaboration deal with Ty Dolla Sign, Mustard, and Meek. Announcing that a new album is coming soon with promises, Roddy finally released his second album “Live Life Fast” earlier this month.
The album was met with overwhelming criticism from listeners on social media, but it still hit the charts, debuting at #4 on the Billboard 200. But some of his fans, who were hoping for something different from Roddy, were dissatisfied. Less than two weeks after releasing Live Life Fast, Roddy is already gearing up to unveil his next project. “FTS 3 is coming in 2022, you’re playing with my top” Roddy wrote in a tweet Wednesday.
“FTS 3” is short for Feed Tha Street III, which would be the third installment in his mixtape series which he began back in 2017. Feed Tha Streets II arrived the following year and featured Roddy’s breakout single, “Die Young.”
FTS 3 comin 2022 , u niggas playin wit my top 🙄
— Roddy Ricch (@RoddyRicch) December 29, 2021
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RODDY RICCH’S ‘LIVE LIFE FAST’ DEBUTS ON BILLBOARD 200
Roddy Ricch celebrates the success of his latest work, “Live Life Fast” Billboard, Roddy’s new LP, released on December 17, debuted at number 4 on the Billboard 200. This feat marks Roddy Ricch’s second consecutive Top 10 entry on the Billboard album chart. An excerpt from Kevin Durant’s The ETCs Podcast with Eddie Gonzalez;
“Uzi is like, like when I was talking to the Grammys, I’m like, ‘Y’all ain’t nominate Uzi for Rap Album?’ I was tripping on them. Even like Lil Baby, ‘Y’all ain’t nominate Lil Baby?’ Like I’m tripping, ’cause it’s like everybody got their own lane, and it should be spoken about, talked about more, because I feel like the n***as now that’s doing sh*t like, no disrespect, but we really breaking barriers.”
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