|Born||Mario Diamond-Judah Douglas|
United States, Atlanta, Georgia
|📆 Years active||2019–present|
2020 (Die Very Rough and Whole Lotta Red)
He released his first single Crush on June 19 on SoundCloud and steadily started to release more singles including Die Very Rough which went viral in October. Later in October Judah performed at Rolling Loud 2020 which was streamed online. Judah has since announced an upcoming EP with no confirmed date.
On November 30 Judah announced on Instagram that he will be releasing Whole Lotta Red "himself" due to frustrations of Playboi Carti not releasing the album. He also announced a date as December 6, giving Carti one week to release it himself. Judah released Bih Yah, the lead single to Whole Lotta Red on December 6 to rave impression by fans. Later folloiwing up with a release date of December 11 if Carti's album did not release by then.
Judah's music style has been described as a Rap rock blend with unique vocals. He stated he only found out he can sing recently, which caused him to change from making beats for other artists to being his own artist.
His influences include Breaking Benjamin, Five Finger Death Punch and Pantera. Stating "Rock is my go-to genre."
After the music video for Die Very Rough was released and went viral on Twitter, memes of the song were created comparing Judah's vocal style and lyrics similar to a Disney villain. And even in a racist way, Judah stated in an interview with Genius that the latter was not the intention. Die Very Rough also charted at #1 on the global viral Spotify chart.
A notable fan of Mario Judah is Lil Uzi Vert.
- Whole Lotta Red (2020)
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