By Jay Rich
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer
When Carteret County, North Carolina comes to mind, most think of the Shrimp and Seafood Festivals. This area is best-known for the beach and the ocean. A rap scene isn’t the first thought, but Clatt is changing that.
Born in Morehead City, Clatt began rapping, at the age of twelve. Raised by a single father, starting at the age of nine, Clatt wound up getting into trouble. By fourteen, Clatt had already been in juvenile hall and youth rehabilitation.
Clatt also got into trouble, as an adult, before he made the best decision of his life, which was to focus on making music. By 2016, Clatt was a rapper, and a part of a successful group, DCC, which consists of Clatt, himself, 252 Lico, Cane, and Mainiac.
Starting, in 2016, Clatt began his solo career, dropping The Rich Rollie Story, for which a second and third edition dropped. In 2019, Clatt would deliver another solo project, Scars & Stripes, giving him a pretty solid solo discography. Definitely no slouch, in the game, Clatt has worked with many of the big names, in the industry, including 252 Lico.
Clatt has also had the opportunity to work with such names as DJ Luke Nasty, Quando Rondo, Glockboy LA, and many others.
Watch “On Everything” by Clatt ft. Slim Doughin below:
Watch “Racced Up” by Clatt ft. DC below:
Watch “Favor” by Clatt ft. Kash Addison below:
Watch “Big Guns” by Clatt ft. Glockboy LA below:
Watch “Madden” by Clatt, 252 Lico, and Hurricane below:
Watch “Gang” by DCC (252 Lico, Clatt, and Cane) below:
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