Born and bred in NYC, a teenage Wiki (Patrick Morales) quickly rose to fame as one third of pioneering hip-hop group Ratking. The trio signing to XL Records, landed the cover of The FADER, and released the NYC-focused classic, 'So It Goes', which was recently included in Pitchfork's 'Top 200 Albums of the Decade'.
Wiki, the frontman of the
group, went on to release solo mixtapes, '700 Fill' and 'Lil' Me', before
dropping his fully fledged debut solo album, 'No Mountains In Manhattan',
in September 2017.
Throughout 2018 and 2019, Wiki toured internationally - hitting Australia, Japan, Russia and much of the US and Europe - and released several standalone singles; 'In The Park' featuring Gloss Gang, 'Elixir' featuring Jesse James & Obongjayar, 'Cheat Code', and - via his recently formed new label, Wikset Enterprise - the Madlib produced 'Eggs', and most recently the double single, 'Fee Fi Fo Fum' and 'Smarty Jones' featuring Cleo Reed. He recently his sophomore solo album, 'OOFIE', in November of 2019.
12 Dec, 2019
Wiki is the subject of a major feature in the NME, on the release of his new album 'Oofie'.
28 Feb, 2019
Wiki teases with a visual for new track 'Cheat Code', produced by Tony Seltzer and taken from his forthcoming album.
14 Sep, 2018
Wiki's track 'In The Park' featuring Gloss Gang is featured in Pitchfork.
04 Sep, 2018
Wiki's 'No Mountains In Manhattan' features in Pitchfork's list of the 'Top 20 Rap Albums of 2017'.
15 Jul, 2018
Wiki shares a new video to accompany 'Litt 15' featuring fellow New Yorker Your Old Droog.
Taken from Wiki's 'No Mountains in Manhattan' available now on XL Recordings
21 Feb, 2018
Wiki releases two new tracks through Spotify, 'Hands Out' & 'Ballin on the Low' feature Suspect & Antwon.
04 Nov, 2017
Wiki presents the new video for 'Stickball', taken from his album 'No Mountains In Manhattan', out now on XL Recordings.
26 Oct, 2017
See Wiki interviewed by puppies in Pigeons & Planes.
04 Aug, 2017
Wiki teams up with Faze Miyake, for a freestyle on the 'Warm Up Sessions' for SBTV.
19 Jul, 2017
Wiki recently wrapped up a tour of New York's five boroughs, with a performance at Nuyorican Poets Cafe in Manhattan. During that July 16th show he announced that his new album is called 'No Mountains In Manhattan' and will be out soon.
A press release from XL Recordings today, July 18th, confirms that the Ratking rapper will release his first album on the label. A release date is not available at the time of writing but the album is described as, "a journey through the trials and tribulations of a coming to age experience in New York's most populated borough."
|26 Feb 20||The Tote Hotel||Melbourne, VIC, Australia|
|27 Feb 20||Black Bear Lodge||Brisbane, QLD, Australia|
|28 Feb 20||Factory Floor||Sydney, NSW, Australia|
|29 Feb 20||Farmer & The Owl Festival||Wollongong, NSW, Australia|
|01 Mar 20||Galatos||Auckland, New Zealand|
|05 Mar 20||Loppen||Copenhagen, Denmark|
|06 Mar 20||Patterns||Brighton|
|07 Mar 20||Thekla||Bristol|
|08 Mar 20||The Grand Social||Dublin, Ireland|
|09 Mar 20||Headrow House||Leeds|
|10 Mar 20||YES||Manchester|
|11 Mar 20||Omeara||London|
|12 Mar 20||Patronaat||Haarlem, Netherlands|
|14 Mar 20||La Boule Noire||Paris, France|