The billboard rap star is being rapped on the cover of a new edition of Billboard magazine.
Roddy Ricchett, who has more than 2 million followers on Instagram, looks as if he is about to do a rap battle with rapper Jazzy Jeff.
It’s a cheeky spoof of the popular rapper’s famous “Who Dat Boy” video.
But instead of rap battles, the rapper is doing a rap video.
He’s looking like he is going to rap like that.
He has been rapping for the past week.
And it is all part of a promotional campaign for a new album.
His Instagram account has been flooded with the videos.
Ricchett said he decided to get into the viral trend because he wanted to help people.
“My biggest challenge was just to figure out how to take the art, the music and the video and put them together into a song,” he said.
I didn’t know if I was going to be able to do that, so I figured if I could put it together into an album, maybe that was going too far.
When I saw the ad, I thought, ‘I need to do this’.
The video is a homage to the famous rap battle scene from the late 1980s and early 90s.
Its the rapper holding a sign that reads: Who Dat Boy.
The cover is a spoof of rapper JAZzy Jeff’s rap video on Billboard magazine in the late 1990s.
“It’s like the cover to the original Who Dat Man video,” he explained.
“The original Who Da Boy was the video that was played on MTV.”
I’m just trying to do my best.
“Ricch is one of the biggest stars in the world, rapping alongside a string of other Australian artists, including Jazza and the Moo Moo Crew.
His videos have been watched by over 20 million people and are viewed by millions of Australians every week.
Rico says he hopes his video will be seen by millions more Australians.”
Hopefully people can see the power of this song,” the singer said.”
We have a lot of power in this world and we need to use it to help other people, whether they are working hard or struggling, or not working hard at all.