New Orleans rap duo $uicideBoy$ (comprised of $lick and Ruby Da Cherry) have shared their new album, Stop Staring At The Shadows, out today via G59 Records/Caroline.
The album follows their debut I Want To Die In New Orleans building on their signature and genre-expanding production. The new album arrives after the duo spent time traveling the globe in support of the Grey Day arena tours, alongside label mates GERM and Night Lovell, showcasing the duo’s versatility in both sound and lyrics while emphasizing their growth as artists.
The duo strives to create clever, thought-provoking music that continues to push boundaries, resonates with society’s outliers and remains true to their mission, which $lick says is “We make music for people who don’t know who they are, and where they belong. That’s the whole philosophy behind $uicideBoy$: nothing is ever permanent – especially life.”
$uicideBoy$ make music that parents don’t understand and have tapped into a welcoming community of over 4M followers across social media, leading to sold-out international tours in Europe, Asia and North America, bookings on world music festivals including Lollapalooza, Rolling Loud and over 2B streams across the entire $uicideBoy$ catalog. Which is why it’s no surprise that XXL Magazine heralded them as “one of the fastest growing acts in Hip hop right now.” Catch them while on tour and stay tuned for more news to follow.
Stream the album here