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Roddy Ricch takes you to the Boom Boom Room in support of chart-topping album
Scene from the "Boom Boom Room" video

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Roddy Ricch takes you to the “Boom Boom Room” in support of chart-topping album

Three-time GRAMMY Award-nominated rapper Roddy Ricch takes us to the “Boom Boom Room” in the latest visual from his critically-lauded debut album Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial. The rapper leads us on a journey inside the “Boom Boom Room” in the hazy moments after a car crash in the Christian Breslaur-directed visual.

On the heels of the Roddy-assisted “Ballin” by Mustard going double platinum, Roddy Ricch continues to dominate the charts with the #1 song and #1 album in the country. This is his first number one on Billboard’s Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart now that the “The Box” rose from number three on the Jan. 11 chart.

 
Roddy Ricch takes you to the Boom Boom Room in support of chart-topping album

Scene from the “Boom Boom Room” video

“The Box” also ascended to number one on Hot Rap Songs and races 13-3 on the Billboard Hot 100. “The Box” is dominating due to streaming, as the single jumped from number six to one to conquer the all-genre Streaming Songs chart for the first time through 42.6 million U.S. clicks in the week ending Jan. 2.

Roddy is the first hip-hop artist to have #1’s on the Top 200 and Hot 100 charts in the same week since Drake did in the week ending Aug. 8 of 2018 with Scorpion and “In My Feelings.” He is the only artist besides Drake to have accomplished this feat in hip-hop in the last couple years. Both Post Malone and Travis Scott both narrowly missed the achievement in 2018.

 
Roddy Ricch takes you to the Boom Boom Room in support of chart-topping album

Scene from the “Boom Boom Room” video

Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial is the first debut rap album to return the number one spot to the US albums chart since The Game’s The Documentary fifteen years ago. Roddy currently has 5 tracks on the Hot 100 chart.

Along with the new “Boom Boom Room” video, Ricch was recently announced to perform alongside YG, Meek Mill and more for the Nipsey Hussle tribute performance at the GRAMMYs.

You can find the single and the rest of the Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial album on various digital streaming platforms including Apple Music and Spotify.

You can follow @RoddyRicch on Instagram.


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