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Jordan Terrell Carter (born September 13, 1996), known professionally as Playboi Carti, is an American rapper. He is recognized for his experimental musical style, gothic fashion, and mysterious public persona. Born and raised in Atlanta, Carter was initially signed to local underground label Awful Records prior to signing with ASAP Mob's AWGE Label under Interscope Records. After gaining a cult following early in his career, Carter gained mainstream attention in 2017.
Carter's debut mixtape was released in April 2017, and included the Billboard Hot 100 charting singles "Magnolia" and "Woke Up Like This" (featuring Lil Uzi Vert). His debut studio album Die Lit (2018) peaked at number 3 on the US Billboard 200. Following a two-year hiatus with little new music released, Carter's highly anticipated second album, Whole Lotta Red (2020), debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 and became his first chart-topping release.
A lot of my fans come from the SoundCloud platform.
As an artist, you always want to never forget where you come from.
Frank Ocean, he's the G.O.A.T.
It's all about the flow and the beat. Rap is more than just music now.
I feel like it's important for me to expand, to create my own label. With a label, I can just give someone the opportunity that I was given, you know? That's what it's all about, just helping.
I'm really into Bam Margera. I've met him twice now. He's, like, crazy.
Where I am from, people are into designer brands, but not, like, the cool ones, just like any designer brand, and I wasn't that type.
I love women to death.
When you go out, go out with a bang, anything you do.
I didn't have Cartier. I didn't have Gucci, Louis, none of that.
I'm getting into interior design.
I want my impact to be legendary.
I've always been a thrift store kid.
I don't like baggy clothes.
I was the first to wear colored skinny jeans.
I want everyone to remember me as just a mogul.
I'm an OG. I was an OG when I was 16. I was an OG when I made the decision I don't want to go to school anymore and start skipping to make music.
I feel like I have something to prove. I'm just not this cool fashion kid that be around ASAP Rocky.
You really don't find too many good people. You really don't. Keep them around.
I know who Michael Jackson is, I know who Prince is, I know the Isley Brothers, all that. Still, I got my own thing going with this music.
You cannot be from Atlanta and not know who Gucci Mane is, period.
I'm the type of guy that always respect the older rappers who paved the way for us to get here.