After the massive success of Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial, Roddy Ricch has decided to claim December as his month as he circles back two years later for another December release. The album in question will go by the name of livelifefast and will serve as the heavily anticipated follow-up to Roddy’s 2019 debut.
Please Excuse For Being Antisocial catapulted Roddy Ricch into superstar status overnight with tracks like ‘The Box’ and ‘High Fashion’ featuring Mustard quickly becoming fan favorites. The first week’s sales of 101,000 units are impressive for any artist at any point in the year. However, considering Roddy dropped his debut album during the time of year where everyone hides from the Mariah Carey Christmas song domination, the stats he was able to produce become more impressive.
After changing his profile picture to the cover art for the incoming project this week, Roddy has finally announced a release date of December 17th for his second studio album. With the single ‘Late At Night’ released in June and a feature on Kanye West’s ‘Pure Souls’ under his belt does Roddy have enough momentum behind this rollout? With about two more weeks until the release of the album, fans should certainly expect Roddy to be more active with releasing new singles and perhaps appearing on the albums of other artists. While all we know for sure is Roddy Ricch’s livelifefast will be out on December 17th, fans will be closely watching for Roddy’s next move while listening to their Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial favorites.