24HRS

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Native country:

United States

Representation Zone:

  • asie

Oakland-born, Atlanta-based singer/rapper Robert Davis first recorded as Rolls Royce Rizzy, pinged the radar of a certain luxury automobile manufacturer, and subsequently altered his name to Royce Rizzy. Davis settled on 24hrs following a brief affiliation with Jermaine Dupri’s So So Def label. A more R&B-oriented outlet for Davis — with pitch-altered, bottom-heavy slow jams the M.O., placing him somewhere between the-Dream and frequent collaborator Ty Dolla $ign — 24hrs debuted in 2016 with multiple bundles of SoundCloud uploads and Open, an EP released commercially through Private Club. The eight-track follow-up Night Shift followed in 2017, at which point Davis had also racked up outside collaborations with the likes of MadeinTYO (his brother), Ty, G-Eazy, and Blackbear. A full-length, Houses on the Hill, arrived in 2018 and included the single “Fifty Ball,” featuring Moneybagg Yo and Smokepurpp.

Press Links

Billboard: 24hrs Talks New ‘Houses on the Hill’ Album, Working With Ty Dolla $ign & Reinventing Himself
hnhh: 24Hrs Announces Debut Album “Houses On The Hill”
hnhh: 24Hrs Says He Has Unreleased Songs With Kanye West