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Pretty Ricky

Pretty Ricky
Background information
Also known as Prettie Rickie and The Maverix,[1] Bluestars
Origin Miami, Florida
Genres R&B, hip hop
Years active 1997–CURRENT
Labels Bluestar Records|B $ F
Atlantic Records (2004 - 2008)
Associated acts Pitbull, Sean Paul
Website .com.prettyrickywww
Members Baby Blue (1997-)
Spectacular (1997-)
Pleasure P (1997–REUNITED )
Slick'em (1997-)
Past members Ambition/4play (2008)
Lingerie (2009-2012)

Pretty Ricky was an American R&B/hip hop group from Miami, Florida. Pretty Ricky originally consisted of Baby Blue, Spectacular, Slick'em, Pleasure P, Pleasure P left the group in 2007 to embark on his solo career, and has officially reunited with the group in 2014.


Studio albums

Year Album Peak chart positions[2] Certification
2005 Bluestars 16 5 3
2007 Late Night Special 1 1 1
2009 Pretty Ricky
  • Released: November 17, 2009
  • Format: CD, digital download
  • Label: Bluestar Ent. , Big Cat Records
97 14
2014 Bluestars 2
  • Released: 2014
  • Format: CD, digital download
  • Label: Bluestar Ent. ,TBA


Year Title Chart positions[4] Certification Album
2005 "Grind with Me" 7 6 2 6 26
  • US: Platinum[3]
"Your Body" 12 22 5 45 13 37
2006 "Nothing but a Number" 70
"On the Hotline" 12 6 121
  • US: Platinum[3]
Late Night Special
2007 "Push It Baby" (featuring Sean Paul) 109 51 18 2
"Love like Honey" 101
2008 "Knockin' Boots 08" 75 Eighties Babies (shelved)
"Cuddle Up" (featuring Butta Creame) 76
2009 "Tipsy (In Dis Club)" 52 Pretty Ricky
"Say a Command" 98
2010 "Personal Freak" Bluestars 2
"Cookie Cutter"
2011 "Topless"

|2012 | "One Night Stand (Remix)" (featuring Keri Hilson and Chris Brown) | - | - | - | - | - | - | - | - | | N/A


  1. ^ Pretty Ricky: A Who2 Profile
  2. ^ "Artist Chart History – – Albums". Billboard. Retrieved 2010-07-29. 
  3. ^ a b c d e "Gold and Platinum".  
  4. ^ "Pretty Ricky Charts & Awards (Billboard Singles)". Allmusic. 
  5. ^ – accessed March 2011

External links

  • Official website
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