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Nardo Wick

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Somethin' (feat. Sexyy Red) Nardo Wick, Sexyy Red 02:29
Who Want Smoke?? (feat. G Herbo, Lil Durk & 21 Savage) Nardo Wick, G Herbo, Lil Durk, 21 Savage 04:39
Deep End Nardo Wick 03:01
Me or Sum (feat. Future & Lil Baby) Nardo Wick, Future, Lil Baby 03:45
Dah Dah DahDah Nardo Wick 02:31
Pop Out Lil Baby, Nardo Wick 03:15
Back To Back (feat. Future & Southside) Nardo Wick, Future, Southside 03:01
Wicked Freestyle Nardo Wick 02:47
Wicked Witch Nardo Wick 02:43
Who Want Smoke? Nardo Wick 02:32

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Born Horace Bernard Walls III on December 30, 2001, Nardo Wick is a rapper from Jacksonville, Florida. One of the fastest-rising stars in the hip-hop world, he rose to prominence through social media and signed a deal with RCA Records after releasing just 6 singles. He made his debut in 2020 with the single “Lolli,” followed by “Came Up,” and “Slide.” His big breakthrough arrived in 2021 after releasing the track “Who Wants Smoke?,” a menacing trap song that attracted interest from labels and propelled him to online fame. More success followed as the young Nardo Wick landed a recording contract with major label RCA Records, which released his single “I Declare War,” included in the original soundtrack for the feature film Judas and the Black Messiah. After dropping the singles “Shhh,” “Knock Knock,” “Pull Up,” and “I Be Chillin,” all of which racked up streams by the millions, Nardo Wick made history when a remix version of “Who Wants Smoke?” featuring G Herbo, Lil Durk, and 21 Savage debuted at Number 17 on the Billboard Hot 100. The track was also included in Nardo Wick’s 2021 studio debut Who Is Nardo Wick?, which climbed to Number 19 on the Billboard 200 shortly after his release.