Following in the footsteps of titans like Dr. Dre, The Game, and Kendrick Lamar, Roddy Ricch is the latest talent to emerge from Compton, Calif. and take the rap scene by storm. Roddy Ricch, whose real name is Rodrick Wayne Moore Jr., got his start by dropping a mixtape in 2017 and following it up a year later with "Feed the Streets II", which helped put him on the hip hop map. Ricch featured on Nipsey Hussle's "Racks in the Middle," which earned him a Grammy. "Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial," his first studio album, cemented his place as one of the hottest new acts in the rap game. Roddy Ricch's music has a West Coast vibe, hardened by his raspy voice and vivid storytelling. Buy Roddy Ricch concert tickets and see him perform as part of Post Malone's 2022 Twelve Carat Tour.
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Yes! Roddy Ricch recently announced tour dates with Post Malone, as part of Post Malone's Twelve Carat Tour. Roddy Ricch will be joining the sceond half of the tour and perform at stops including Madison Square Garden, American Airlines Center and Climate Pledge Arena.
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The exact list of songs that Roddy Ricch will perform will vary by show, but you can expect to hear some of his most popular and beloved tracks, including:
and more. According to Setlist.fm, Roddy Ricch has been known to do some covers, such as Rockstar (DaBaby).