YouTuber Ricky Dillonno longer has his partners in Our2ndLife (O2L)watching his back full-time, but he’s got a new ally in Snoop Dogg – for one song, anyway. The legendary rapper teamed with the YouTuber on “Problematic,”
the second single from his new album “Gold.” Both the album and the single were released today.
Dillon has 7.6 million fans across social media platforms. He was one fifth of the YouTube super group O2L, alongside Trevor Moran, Sam Pottorff, Kian Lawley, and Jc Caylen. The group disbanded in February 2015. Their final live tour was documented in the feature
documentary “#O2LForever,” directed by Michael Goldfine(“Camp Takota,” “The Outfield”), which was released direct-to-digital in June 2015 by Fullscreen Films.
Ricky Dillon launched his music career with a series of singles: “BEAT,” “Ordinary,” and “Nobody.” In early 2015, he released the EP “RPD” which peaked at #3 on the iTunes Pop Charts and #5 on the overall iTunes Charts.
The first single from “Gold,” “Steal The Show” (featuring Trevor Moran), was released last month.