Rickie Blow
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Rickie Blow

Atlanta, Georgia, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2014 | SELF

Atlanta, Georgia, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2014
Solo Hip Hop Hip Hop




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Still working on that hot first release.



none">“Grew apart,
had to part, went our own ways, you chose the dope game, my microphone paysIn
many ways we were paid in the old days, so far away from the crazies with
AK's”, Rickie Blow reminisces on Tupac blasting through a car stereo speaker he
doctored up and attached to a tape player under his bed. Thirteen years later,
he would hear the same words playing in his head as he buried his brother
Sharmon, a victim to the Milwaukee streets. The same streets they ran through
making moves, having fun and getting money. Blow continues to look back at a
song that tells of his inner struggles, street life and making music.


none">Today Rickie
Blow has moved to Atlanta and taken a giant step toward the music. In 2014 Blow
released, “Trapper Turned Rapper” on LiveMixtapes under Traps N’ Trunks. The
first single, self-entitled was introduced as a video on World Star Hip Hop in
which it gained attention from many respected Hip Hop artists. Bambino Gold of
Alabama began to take notice. They hit the studio together and birthed a track
that has surely spread like wildfire. “Place Your Order”, mixed by platinum
producer Eric “Nealante” Phillips, was the collaboration that came about. The
video was released on Trill HD and in only 24 hours has gained a quarter of a
million views.


none">Rickie Blow
has been hard at work. While he still dips into what the hood calls “trap
music”, his goal is to show the world how deep music pulses through his veins.
He is a creature of creativity. While Rickie Blow has many singles and mix
tapes to share with the world he has decided to push a single for 2015.
"Authentik" will be the first single he will invest all his time and
effort into. His music can be found on iTunes, LiveMixtapes, YouTube,
Reverbnation, Soundcloud, MTV Artists and many more. Collaborating in the
streets from artists such as Grand Hustle's own Zuse, from Foxx-A-Mil to the
likes of R&B/Soul legend, Ann Nesby. He will never forget the days of his
life in the streets. They are what made him who he is today. His grind has
evolved into a bigger and brighter picture. He only wishes his brother was here
to see the day. As far as home goes, Tupac said it best, “I’m still down with
my homies from the hometown, and if you need, need anything at all, I drop it
all for y’all, if my homies call”.



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