Today DMV rapper Richie Billionz drops his new single “Déjà Vu” featuring RicoStayLit. Taken from his latest project Flawless Victory, Richie Billionz delivers a single that is sure to give him the right exposure to make and instant impact with the fans.
“Personally, I believe Flawless Victory is one of my best productions yet, as it exudes a lot emotion, passion and pain,” Richie Billionz said as he then proudly pivoted to his third person voice. “Richie Billionz is not ONLY an Artist; Richie Billionz is an Artist, Songwriter, Producer and Engineer. He possesses versatile abilities as a curator, therefore he has a lot to bring to the table.”
Releasing a slew of projects over the past few years, Richie Billionz has released music at a relentless pace that includes 5 projects over the last three years.
“Over the past couple of years, I’ve released several projects including Cryptocurrency in 2018, To My Favorite Dancer, Distortion and Voice Memos all came out in 2019 – all four now are streaming on all digital platforms,” Richie Billionz said. “In the beginning of this year I dropped my latest project, Flawless Victory which features my latest single, Déjà Vu. The track gives off a West Coast vibe and I know that with the right exposure it will be an instant hit.
Coming from Jamaican roots, Richie Billionz drew inspiration from a host of Jamaican artists that helped shape his sound.
“I’ve always been influenced by a lot of different genres of music. Growing up in a Jamaican household, I am used to listening to the musical creations of Chaka Demus & Pliers, Buju
Banton, Bounty Killa, Shabba Ranks, Bob Marley and Garnett Silk.,” Richie Billionz explained.
But while Richie Billionz has been drawing inspiration from Jamaica’s elite performers, releasing 5 albums over the last few years, Richie has unfortunately had to battle past a rare disease that almost took his life twice.
“Flawless Victory is a very special project to me as I worked on it while in the Hospital battling a rare illness called, Rhabdomyolysis, that almost took my life twice,” he said.
There’s no question that if a rare disease couldn’t stop Richie Billionz, the music industry has no chance at stopping this fast rising and charismatic talent.