Ramy Khodeir is a rapper, singer, and songwriter from Louisville, Kentucky. He was born on March 4, 2002. He grew up on the voices of Lil Uzi Vert and Michael Jackson.
Ramy played the piano and violin in elementary and middle school. He performed at various competitions to showcase his instrumental skills. During middle school, Ramy got invited to join the local orchestra in his area. He worked together with other musicians and talents to create harmony and build chemistry among one another.
Ramy’s amateur experience took off in 2019 with a live performance at his high school talent show Manual Got Talent (MGT). Ramy performed “Can’t Lose,” and it was his first vocal performance.
Ramy’s vocals appeared on Fetty Wap’s dedication mixtape Who Got Heat. His song “Living Life” was recorded in summer 2019, but it was released exclusively in summer 2020. Fetty Wap (birth name Willie Junior Maxwell II) and Ramy Khodeir reached out to each other on social media to get the song on the tape. At the time of release, the song quickly racked up over 50,000 streams. Fetty Wap acknowledged Ramy Khodeir with a shoutout on Instagram.
Ramy Khodeir’s professional musical career started in 2020 with the release of his debut single “All the Time.” He makes music in the genres of hip hop and pop. Ramy Khodeir founded Birdie Records in 2020.
OFFICIAL SITE: www.ramymkhodeir.com