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Party rapper Driicky Graham was only 19 when his single "Snapbacks and Tattoos" rose up the charts, but he was also a hip-hop veteran, having played a major role in the 1994 video for the Lords of the Underground's single "Tic Toc." He was just three years old at the time, miming all the lines to member Doitall's verse, and hip-hop continued to be the soundtrack of his life, thanks to parents who were devoted to the genre, and they remained so as they moved the young Graham from Oxford, North Carolina to Newark, New Jersey. In his teen years, social networking and Internet uploads helped introduce his lively material to a wide audience, including Three 6 Mafia producer Juicy J, who offered to helm a Driicky Graham mixtape. Work was underway on the project when "Snapbacks and Tattoos" climbed the charts in early 2012. Two years later his debut album, Success by the Graham, landed on the E1 label.