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Rylo Rodriguez

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Gerskiway LUCKI, Rylo Rodriguez, Veeze 02:27
Thang For You Rylo Rodriguez, NoCap 04:19
Pretty Brown YTB Fatt, Lil Baby, Rylo Rodriguez 03:38
3 SMRS STR8 LUCKI, Rylo Rodriguez, 42 Dugg 02:21
Taylor Port Junkie Rylo Rodriguez, Lil Yachty 03:28
F*cked A Fan Veeze, Rylo Rodriguez 03:10
Forget That Lil Baby, Rylo Rodriguez 02:47
Set Me Free Rylo Rodriguez 03:14
Right Rylo Rodriguez 02:39
Walk Rylo Rodriguez, Lil Baby, 42 Dugg 04:36

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F*cked A Fan

by Veeze, Rylo Rodriguez

12/07/2024

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Rylo Rodriguez is an American rapper who began his career alongside Lil Baby, appearing on two of the artist's gold-certified singles before releasing his solo debut, G.I.H.F., on Lil Baby's record label 2020. He was born as "Ryan Quincy Adams" in Mobile, Alabama, on September 30, 1993. Lil Baby became his mentor, signing Rodriguez to the record label 4 Pockets Full and hiring him to appear on singles "No Friends," which went gold in 2018. The song appeared on Lil Baby's mixtape Street Gossip, which also went gold while peaking at Number 2 on both the Billboard 200 and the Billboard's Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. Two years later, the two teamed up for another gold-certified hit, "Forget That," whose accompanying album — Lil Baby's triple-platinum, chart-topping, Grammy-nominated My Turn — was America's best-selling album of 2020. This momentum benefited Rodriguez greatly, as he released his debut album G.I.H.F. later that year and reached Number 37 on the Billboard 200. The following year, he appeared alongside Lil Baby and 42 Dugg on EST Gee's "5500 Degrees," a Top 40 hit on the hip-hop charts. He returned in 2022 with his own single, "Set Me Free."