Quick Bio: 

SB Babyy (@Swiperboy) - the 24 year old International Recording Artist/ Professional Basketball Player

West Coast [Los Angeles, CA] rapper with versatility specializing in Anthems, Lyricism, Electro, Club Bangers and RnB.

Son of former NBA superstar, the late Orlando Woolridge. 

Former Volunteers and Trojans college basketball player. Played professional basketball for the Los Angeles Lakers, Bilbao Basket (Spain), and KK Metalac (Serbia). Graduated from the University of Tennessee and began graduate school at the University of Southern California.

Leader of the SBYZ movement.

Real Name: Renaldo Woolridge
Age: 24
Height: 6'9
Hometown: Los Angeles, CA
Musical Influences: Tupac, Busta Rhymes, Michael Jackson, Drake, E-40, Snoop Dogg, Common, The Weeknd


SB is a star in the making. Has appeared on national TV numerous times for both his athletics and musical talent. Successfully created his own record label Swiperboy Entertainment, "SBYZ" in short, when he was 19. The label has a clothing line, as well as a wide variety of artists and producers from all over the world. In college was considered a "YouTube Phenom" with over 3 million combined video views on his works. Performed at USC's Spring Fest concert with Big Sean and Travis Barker two days after being a finalist in the 2013 State Farm College Slam dunk contest. Coached at the 2014 "Power 106 Celebrity All Star Game" in Los Angeles with participants such as Chris Brown, Tyga, Trey Songz, Jason Derulo, The Game, Nick Cannon, Romeo, DJ Felli Fel, and many more. Performed in over 15 concerts. Has many free mixtapes online, the latest are "The Curfew" and "13 (Dying to Live)". Began an 8 part mixtape series called "The Journey to Swiperboy V".

The Curfew is SB Babyy's debut RnB mixtape

MUSICALLY, SB has a growing hip-hop/RnB fan base. He has a verified twitter account (@Swiperboy) and is known for his Tennessee Anthems, Spring Break anthems, smooth slow jams, as well as other sports anthems. SB has been entertaining his Tennessee fan base with numerous songs for his alma mater, the University of Tennessee Volunteers. Hits like "Brick By Brick" "Butch Jones Anthem", "Eric Berry" (which was played frequently in Neyland Stadium in front of 100,000 people), "Orange White", "Footvol" "Baller Vol", "Yes I Can" "Fired Like Kiffin" and "Never Leave You Like Kiffin" have all gone viral online. SB made his musical debut in Los Angeles creating "Fight On (We Play To Rise)" anthem for the USC Trojans that was played at USC sporting events, including frequently in the LA Memorial Coliseum. His music went international in 2014 after the release of his single "Serbian Girl" (iTunes) which is currently a hit all over Serbia. He also released "Valladolid" "1am in Bilbao" which are all buzzing in Spain around the European music scene. He had multiple singles and projects available for purchase on iTunes under the name "Swiperboy" although his recent online material is under the name "SB Babyy".

Renaldo "Swiperboy" Woolridge finished 4th in America in the 2013 State Farm College Slam Dunk Contest in Atlanta, Georgia)
In basketball, was ranked a Top 50 player in the United States out of High School. Was the #1 ranked small forward in the state of California. Former member of the University of Southern California Trojans men's basketball team (Redshirt Senior Year). Former member of the University of Tennessee men's basketball team (Freshman-Senior Year). Has been teammates in high school and college with current NBA players such as Paul George (Indiana Pacers), James Harden (Houston Rockets), Jrue Holiday (New Orleans Pelicans), John Wall (Washington Wizards), Brandon Jennings (Detroit Pistons), DeMar DeRozan (Toronto Raptors), Jordan Clarkson (Los Angeles Lakers), Tobias Harris (Orlando Magic), Julius Randle (Los Angeles Lakers) and more.

SB at Lakers practice with Kobe Bryant

SB has graduated from the University of Tennessee with a degree in Sociology, and began graduate school at the University of Southern California. He spent the summer of 2013 as the back up Small Forward for the Los Angeles Lakers, where he competed in the Las Vegas NBA Summer League (Finished top 5 in the NBA in defensive ranking). He then played professionally for Bilbao Basket and CB Valladolid in the top division in Spain (ACB). Carved his own niche in European professional basketball as the electrifying dunker for KK Metalac (Serbia) in 2014. He spent the summer of 2014 back in his hometown, returning to play for the Los Angeles Lakers.

He has been quoted "I want to be the first person to have a Billboard Chart-topping record, successful independent record label, and play in the NBA. I want to push the boundaries and set an example for the younger generation to always follow their dreams".

SB could be the first in history to successfully do it.

For more, follow SB on twitter here: @Swiperboy