Maria-Cecilia Simone Kelly (born May 7, 1997), known professionally as Rico Nasty, is an American rapper, songwriter and record producer. Originating her career from Maryland, Kelly was exposed to rap music at a very young age. Kelly released two mixtapes in 2016: "The Rico Story" and "Sugar Trap". Both tapes gained her notable attention from the media and the general public.
In June 2018, Kelly signed to Atlantic Records after releasing her sixth mixtape "Nasty".
Was born an only child on May 7, 1997 in New York City, to a Puerto Rican mother and an African American father.
Kelly was raised in Prince George's County, Maryland and was exposed to rap music at a very young age. Her father was also a rapper and she quickly picked up the same nuances of rapping from him. She grew up listening to artists like Bob Marley, Beyoncé, Jay-Z, Nas, and Jill Scott.
At age eleven, she and her mother moved to the Palmer Park area of Maryland. When she was in the sixth grade, Kelly's parents enrolled her in a Baltimore boarding school. That same year, her parents divorced.
Kelly was expelled from the boarding school after she and another student were caught with marijuana. She then attended public school and began making music.
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