Montréal artist Rikky Baby releases “Slow It Down” in advance of album
Montréal-born Jean Ritchie, better known as Rikky Baby, is currently promoting his new single, “Slow It Down,” as he gears up for his album debut, Bout Paper.
Rikky, who brings a smooth blend of hip-hop/trap and R&B, has big plans for 2019 and has been working at full tilt to put himself in a position to succeed as a recording artist—longterm. His unique sound was apparent from the release of his official debut single back in Jan. 2018, and he’s been building on his buzz at a steady pace ever since.
“A mainstay in my musical arsenal, my voice becomes a library of different sound; finding many ways to accentuate and colour my emotions and expression in my music. My first single ‘Cant Do What I Do’ showcased exactly that, with my touchy rhymes and catchy choruses.”
Moving with an intricate game plan, Rikky is marketing the latest single to the club scene with hopes to get the catchy new anthem in rotation as the summer season gets near.
“‘Slow It Down’ was created to engage the audience to be a club hit. The process of creating this track was for the female audience to be able to enjoy themselves and bust a move on the dance floor whether its with their girlfriends or with a guy.”
He previously released the “High Sex” single, as well as “6ix On Em,” which received visual support from Mackenson back in Sept. 2018.
Be sure to check out Rikky’s latest single below, and stay tuned for the Bout Paper album.
“2019 and 2020 are going to be big years for me. I am working on my album Bout Paper set to release later this year; along side new music videos which will be different from the norm. Just wait on it.”
You can follow @RikkyBabyBP on Instagram.