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Roddy Ricch Reveals ‘Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial’ tracklist

Nipsey Hussle – Racks In The Middle Ft. Roddy Ricch & Hit-Boy
Video: Roddy Ricch – Start Wit Me ft. Gunna
Roddy Ricch – Ricch Forever
A Boogie wit da Hoodie – Pain Away ft. Meek Mill & Roddy Ricch
Fabolous – Time ft. Roddy Ricch

Roddy Ricch - Float ft A Boogie wit da Hoodie

Less than a week before the release of his highly anticipated album, Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial, Roddy Ricch shared the upcoming project’s tracklist on Twitter.

“I’ll drop early if y'all can guess my last feature,” the Compton-bred rapper tweeted on Sunday (Dec. 1).

The album’s tracklist includes 16 songs and features from Gunna, Meek Mill, Lil Durk, Mustard, Ty Dolla $ign and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, with one more feature on “Antisocial,” which Roddy has left blacked out.

Ahead of the album’s release, Roddy has already released visuals for “Big Stepper,” “Start Wit Me” featuring Gunna and “Tip Toe” featuring A Boogie With Da Hoodie.

Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial will follow the up-and-comer’s sophomore mixtape Feed Tha Streets II from 2018. Roddy has enjoyed a successful year so far, clenching three Grammy nominations for Best Rap Performance and Best Rap Song for his Nipsey Hussle and Hit-Boy-featuring “Racks in the Middle” and Best Rap/ Sung Performance for “Ballin” featuring Mustard.

When I put things out, I don’t really be expecting nothing. If I put it out then I feel like it’s a good song. I treat it all the same. Everything I put out, I like it,” he told The Fader after releasing Feed Tha Streets II. “Some just present pain in a more acceptable way. I do talk about getting to the money and feeling good about cashing out and this and that. But it’s still a pain story behind it.”

Feed Tha Streets II included breakout hits like “Die Young” and “Every Season.” Roddy was initially supported by rappers like Nipsey Hussle and Meek Mill, appearing on Meek’s Grammy-nominated album, Championships.

“Me and Meek had ended up being in the same studio [in Atlanta] so we linked up. I was playing him some songs and sh*t. We’ve been linked ever since and been talking,” he told The Fader. “Mainly, he just be like, ‘Get out the hood.’ I feel like that’s probably the most important advice he’s given me.”

Check out Roddy’s “Tip Toe” video below and get ready for Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial, due on Friday (Dec. 6).

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