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Fan Reviews

Xavier
September 23rd 2019
It was worth it. I’m a big fan of Ugly God and I can tell he enjoy the energy and we was rocking out together. NO CAP
Indianapolis, IN@
The Citadel Music Hall
Eli
September 13th 2019
One of my idols in the flesh it was a dream come tru one day I will be on tour with him it was truly a inspirational experience.
Chicago, IL@
Avondale Music Hall
April 12th 2018
Thanks ugly god🚀🔥
San Luis Obispo, CA@
Fremont Theater
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About Ugly God

One of the hottest and most decorated MCs of the new era of rap, Ugly God, born Royce Davison, didn’t get here easy. It took years of honing his craft and owning up to the figure he believed he was destined to be. Born in Indiana to African-American and Dominican parents, Ugly God has lived in other areas of the Midwest, as well as the South, including Texas, Mississippi, and Louisiana. He attended the University of Southern Mississippi to pursue a computer engineering degree and dropped out, subsequently forming the Little Dick Clique and releasing material -- such as "Booty from a Distance" and "I Beat My Meat" -- through a SoundCloud page. In 2016, one of the standout tracks, "Water," was picked up for release by major-label Asylum Records. By the end of the year, the single made two of Billboard's viral charts and eventually scored a platinum certification. Ugly God issued his debut mixtape, The Booty Tape, in 2017, which featured the self-diss track “Fuck Ugly God” and a collaboration with Wiz Khalifa entitled “No Lies.” The mixtape climbed into the Top 30 of the Billboard 200. That same year, he earned a coveted spot on the XXL Freshman List. After achieving the milestone of hundreds of millions of plays across streaming services and dominating the charts, the young phenom set out on another mission: realizing his artistic gifts.

While fans adored Ugly God’s music and persona, his penchant for outlandish lyrics with shock value and humor had a tendency to overshadow his true talent. His new album, Bumps & Bruises paints a more detailed picture. The 16-track collection, which he self-describes as “the smoothest piece of art I have ever put my heart into,” boasts notable collaborations with Takeoff of Migos and Lil Pump, along with production by Tay Keith (Travis Scott, Drake), Whethan (Dua Lipa, Ty Dolla $ign) and Ugly God himself. His uncharacteristic foray into working with different producers resulted in a more diverse soundscape and with tracks like the anxiously optimistic “For Real” and the boisterous “Tell Me How You Feel”, these new-found alliances are working in his favor. Musically, Bumps & Bruises is an extension of his previous works, overflowing with playful production and countless melodic quips. But his knack for melody and love of glistening frills isn’t upstaging the talent of the MC; Ugly God raps fantastically, weaving in and out of each beat with quick one-liners and a choppy delivery. Everyone’s favorite “fun” rapper is bound for stardom and evolving before our eyes.
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Genres:
Rap, Hip Hop

No upcoming shows
Send a request to Ugly God to play in your city
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Live Photos of Ugly God

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Bandsintown Merch

Circle Hat
$25.0 USD
Live Collage Sweatshirt
$45.0 USD
Rainbow T-Shirt
$30.0 USD
Circle Beanie
$20.0 USD

Fan Reviews

Xavier
September 23rd 2019
It was worth it. I’m a big fan of Ugly God and I can tell he enjoy the energy and we was rocking out together. NO CAP
Indianapolis, IN@
The Citadel Music Hall
Eli
September 13th 2019
One of my idols in the flesh it was a dream come tru one day I will be on tour with him it was truly a inspirational experience.
Chicago, IL@
Avondale Music Hall
April 12th 2018
Thanks ugly god🚀🔥
San Luis Obispo, CA@
Fremont Theater
View More Fan Reviews

About Ugly God

One of the hottest and most decorated MCs of the new era of rap, Ugly God, born Royce Davison, didn’t get here easy. It took years of honing his craft and owning up to the figure he believed he was destined to be. Born in Indiana to African-American and Dominican parents, Ugly God has lived in other areas of the Midwest, as well as the South, including Texas, Mississippi, and Louisiana. He attended the University of Southern Mississippi to pursue a computer engineering degree and dropped out, subsequently forming the Little Dick Clique and releasing material -- such as "Booty from a Distance" and "I Beat My Meat" -- through a SoundCloud page. In 2016, one of the standout tracks, "Water," was picked up for release by major-label Asylum Records. By the end of the year, the single made two of Billboard's viral charts and eventually scored a platinum certification. Ugly God issued his debut mixtape, The Booty Tape, in 2017, which featured the self-diss track “Fuck Ugly God” and a collaboration with Wiz Khalifa entitled “No Lies.” The mixtape climbed into the Top 30 of the Billboard 200. That same year, he earned a coveted spot on the XXL Freshman List. After achieving the milestone of hundreds of millions of plays across streaming services and dominating the charts, the young phenom set out on another mission: realizing his artistic gifts.

While fans adored Ugly God’s music and persona, his penchant for outlandish lyrics with shock value and humor had a tendency to overshadow his true talent. His new album, Bumps & Bruises paints a more detailed picture. The 16-track collection, which he self-describes as “the smoothest piece of art I have ever put my heart into,” boasts notable collaborations with Takeoff of Migos and Lil Pump, along with production by Tay Keith (Travis Scott, Drake), Whethan (Dua Lipa, Ty Dolla $ign) and Ugly God himself. His uncharacteristic foray into working with different producers resulted in a more diverse soundscape and with tracks like the anxiously optimistic “For Real” and the boisterous “Tell Me How You Feel”, these new-found alliances are working in his favor. Musically, Bumps & Bruises is an extension of his previous works, overflowing with playful production and countless melodic quips. But his knack for melody and love of glistening frills isn’t upstaging the talent of the MC; Ugly God raps fantastically, weaving in and out of each beat with quick one-liners and a choppy delivery. Everyone’s favorite “fun” rapper is bound for stardom and evolving before our eyes.
Show More
Genres:
Rap, Hip Hop

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