SB Babyy (@Swiperboy) - the 22 year old verified recording artist/basketball player/grad student.
West Coast [Los Angeles, CA] rapper with the versatility to sing, song-write, play basketball and act.
Son of former NBA superstar, the late Orlando Woolridge. Former Tennessee Volunteers and USC Trojans basketball player. Graduate Student.
Leader of the SBYZ movement.
Real Name: Renaldo Woolridge
Height: 6'8" 1/2
Hometown: Los Angeles, CA
Musical Influences: Tupac, Busta Rhymes, Michael Jackson, Lil Wayne, Bow Wow, Drake, E-40, Snoop Dogg, Common
Musically, SB has a growing hip-hop fan base. He has a verified twitter account (@Swiperboy) and is known for his Panama City Spring Break 2013 Anthem, Maui Waui (mixtape), Fans World mixtape series, Zazzzle mixtape, as well as his sports anthems. SB has been entertaining his Los Angeles/Tennessee fan base with numerous songs for his alma mater, the University of Tennessee Volunteers. Hits like "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" and "Never Leave You Like Kiffin" have all gone viral online. SB made "Fight On (We Play To Rise)" anthem for the USC Trojans that has been played at every sporting event this year, including numerous times in the LA Memorial Coliseum (in front of 90,000).
In basketball, was a Top 50 player in the country 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 throughout his career with current NBA players such as Paul George (Indiana Pacers), James Harden (Houston Rockets), Jrue Holiday (Philadelphia 76ers), John Wall (Washington Wizards), Brandon Jennings (Milwaukee Bucks), DeMar DeRozan (Toronto Raptors), , Tobias Harris (Orlando Magic) Darius Morris (Los Angeles Lakers) and more.
SB has graduated from the University of Tennessee with a degree in Sociology, and is currently a graduate student at the University of Southern California. His future plans are tentative, as he is training for basketball, touring, and completing graduate school credits . He has been quoted "I want to be the first recording artist to have a Billboard Chart-topping record, and play in the NBA".
SB could be the first in history to successfully do both.