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Strick

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Strick is a robust and multifaceted recording artist hailing from North Carolina. Best known for honing his skills as a clever wordsmith and adept songwriter, Strick has garnered a reputation for tapping into his diverse professional background both in business and in the U.S.
Air Force to elevate both his business acumen and genuine creative output alike. After relocating to Atlanta in 2012 and founding Foundation 86, Strick moved to Los Angeles to pursue his own career as an artist. He then landed his first official placement on Kanye West and Juicy J’s "Ballin'," leading him to work with artists such as Travis Scott, Jeremih, K. Michelle and Wiz Khalifa. In 2016, Strick earned his first platinum record "coordinate" off Scott's Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight album, further igniting his hunger to continue developing his skills as a songwriter. He then went on to join Young Thug on tours, including the Hi-Tunes tour and the Hi Horse’D tour. Most recently, he was invited to join Young Thug and J. Cole on the K.O.D tour (2018). In July 2017, Strick dropped his debut EP, Risk=Reward. In 2018, he released January’s Risk=Reward 2 and April’s Pairadice. He appeared on Young Thug's 2018 Slime Language compilation, with their collaboration "STS". Currently readying his label debut, See You When I Land, Strick's talent for creating songs with deeper meaning that don't sacrifice their radio replay value is propelling him to the forefront of the ever-evolving hip-hop landscape.

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