Meet Ricky Retro, The ‘Merican Fisher

Fisher took the world by storm in 2018. He showed up and had among the greatest, if not the largest tune of this year, “Losing It. ” With an infectious mix of home, in addition to a persona on stage and also on social media, Fisher turned into a fan favorite for millions. He was also appointed among Your EDM’so called breakout artists of 2018.

However, while Fisher is waiting to figure out whether he’s obtained a GRAMMY, there’another name making waves in the US: Ricky Retro.

There are a good deal of similarities between Ricky and Fisher, past their audio. Whereas Fisher’therefore personality is Australian, Ricky is the epitome of ‘Merican values. Every other article on his Instagram appears like shotgunning a beer, enjoying a frat party in the midwest, or even visiting a race trail.

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Aside from his Instagram, he’s the first artist with a cowboy hat to grace the cover of some major dance playlist (Dance Rising). His quick with us scratching our heads and wondering exactly what he’ll come up with next. We discovered. He also ’s supporting Skrillex, Alesso, Illenium, along with Chris Lake at this season ’s Snakepit.

What are you expecting to listen to @Skrillex + @Alesso + @ILLENIUMMUSIC + @chrislake & @gorickyretro play at the 2019 #Indy500SnakePit?

Drop em' in the comments #IsItMayYet | #Indy500 pic.twitter.com/QFmW0yh0fY

— Indy 500 Snake Pit (@Indy500SnakePit) February 1, 2019

If that wasn’t already ‘Merican enough, he’s out using a single aptly named “Murica” after the red he attempts more difficult than any American DJ before him. Ricky signifies everything we love to despise about America, making for the ideal rage anthems for supreme debauchery.

In a nutshell, what we’re saying is, we’ve got a sense Ricky Retro is going to have a year before him. Have a look at our favourite of his tunes, “1977,” a combination of Lynyrd Skynyrd-style guitar riffs and home synths.

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