At the top of the week, Roddy Ricch had a sold-out show in Atlanta Monday, January 27 at The Masquerade. He performed at the Grammy’s Sunday night prior to the show, and it was a historic moment for the California native. With the release of his No. 1 album, Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial you can tell that Roddy has the mindset of being on top. As the night goes on, he performed a track called “Rich Forever.” With hits like “Start Wit Me,” featuring Gunna, “Tip Toe” featuring A Boogie, “Baccseat” featuring Ty Dolla $ign and more off the project, many people were tuned into him and what he had to say.

Roddy Ricch received his first Grammy Sunday night for appearing on Nipsey Hussle’s “Racks in the Middle” and then brought the song to the A to honor the late rapper in performance. Ricch was with Nipsey’s family Sunday night celebrating their win.

As he closes out the show, he dedicated “Ballin'” to the Atlanta Hawks and wrapped the night with a performance of No. 1 single “The Box.” Before the song had dropped, he was so proud that he thanked his fans, because it wouldn’t be possible without them. When the chorus came on, fans were standing and anticipating until the beat had dropped. the trademark “EE-ER” came on, fans started getting hype and rapping the song word for word. When the concert was over, fans had chanted his name repeatedly, the encore…. “The Box” again but the crowd made it more lit than the initial run.