Following the success of his No. 1 single "The Box," Roddy Ricch has taken the Sorry for Being Antisocial highlight to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. The Los Angeles native performed the song in an exposed box, providing plenty of vocal flair to the huge chorus at the center of the track. He wore a Kobe Bryant Lakers jersey in memory of the legend who died tragically on Jan. 26.
With both a No. 1 song and a No. 1 album, Roddy Ricch is kicking off 2020 with win after win. As if to make the rest of us look unaccomplished, the performance on Fallon comes just after Roddy walked away with his first Grammy.
The rapper took home Best Rap Performance for his involvement in Nipsey Hussle and Hit-Boy's "Racks in the Middle," but that wasn't the only way Roddy honored the late West Coast legend. At the 2020 Grammys, a special performance featuring YG, DJ Khaled, John Legend, Meek Mill, Kirk Franklin, and Roddy paid tribute to the life of Nip.
Nipsey Hussle's tribute started with a new track from Meek and Roddy, which the duo have since released as "Letter to Nipsey."
Watch Ricch's performance of "The Box" on Fallon above.