Ric Wilson is a 19 year old black self-proclaimed Artist and Prison Abolitionist from the South-side of Chicago, is also 1/2 of Chicago Rap Duo “Fuck Yo Institution”. On April 1st, 2015 Ric dropped his first solo Debut Project “Penny Raps” which tells Ric’s story of going and dropping out of college due to Financial Aid reasons, and also takes a deeper look into who Ric is and how his up bringing formed him into the person he is now. Since such Ric performs often around the city of Chicago has appeared on panel discussion and led workshops at University of Illinois at Chicago, Depaul University, Roosevelt University, Loyola University, and more.
Ric Wilson has been featured on sites such as Ebony, The Source., BET, Sprite, FakeShoreDrive, Pigeons & Planes, HipHopDx and more.
Ric also, is one of the 8 delegates chosen to travel to Geneva, Switzerland in November of 2014 representing the We Charge Genocide coalition. They successfully presented a shadow report and testified at the United Nations, charging the Chicago Police Department with genocide and torture actions on black and brown youth within the city of Chicago helping to create a worldwide connection. The trip was covered all over the US and countries foreign including Daily Mail (UK), 20 Minuten (Switzerland), MSN France, Japan Times, Zee News (India), Gulf Times (Qatar), IOL News (South Africa), Straits Times (Singapore), Business Reporter (Pakistan), Breitbart.
Rhymes: 2Pac “I Ain’t Mad At Cha,” 2Pac “Changes,” and The Black Eyed Peas “Where is the Love?”
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