"Ruby was a motherfucking reject
Then I cut my wrists and now I motherfucking bleed checks"
—Ruby da Cherry, in "Paris" by $uicideboy$
$uicideboy$ are a rap duo from New Orleans, formed in 2014 by cousins Scrim and Ruby da Cherry. They are known for their dark music and nihilistic lyrics, and have a sizable discography. They have collaborated with underground rappers like Pouya, Ghostemane and Germ.
- I Want to Die in New Orleans (2018)
- Gray/Grey (2015)
- 7th or St. Tammany (2015)
- YUNGDEATHLILLIFE (2015)
- High Tide in the Snake's Nest (2015)
- My Liver Will Handle What My Heart Can't (2015)
- Now the Moon's Rising (2015)
- Dark Side of the Clouds (2016)
- Eternal Grey (2016)
- KILL YOUR$ELF (Parts I-X, 2014-2015)
- Black $uicide (2015, with Black Smurf)
- Black $uicide Side B: $uicide Hustle (2015, with Black Smurf)
- G.R.E.Y.G.O.D.S (2015, with RVMIRXZ)
- Grey Sheep (2015)
- I No Longer Fear the Razor Guarding My Heel (Three parts, 2015-2016)
- Black $uicide Side C: The Seventh Seal (2015, with Black Smurf)
- $outh $ide $uicide (2015, with Pouya)
- G.R.E.Y.G.O.D.S.I.I. (2016, with RVMIRXZ)
- DIRTYNASTY$UICIDE (2016, with Germ)
- Grey Sheep II (2016)
- Radical $uicide (2016, with Getter)
- G.R.E.Y.G.O.D.S.I.I.I. (2017, with RVMIRXZ)
- DIRTIERNASTIER$UICIDE (2017, with Germ)
- KILL YOUR$ELF (Parts XI-XX, 2017)
- Live Fast, Die Whenever (2019, with Travis Barker)
- Driven to Suicide: In-Universe. In "$outh $ide $uicide", Yung Plague, aka Ruby, ends his verse by shooting himself in the head.
- Celebrity Song: "Vincent Van Gogh Ain't Got Shit on Me", "Joan of Arc" (with Night Lovell) and "Jon Voight (Live Fast, Die Young)".
- Creator Breakdown: The title of "I HUNG MYSELF FOR A PERSONA" parodies the trope.
- I Have Many Names: Both Scrim and Ruby da Cherry have many nicknames.
- In "Everest", rapped by Ruby:
"Snow Leopard or Yung Plague
We both the same
It just depends on what I’m dealin' with"
- Pun-Based Title: "DIEMONDS".
- Sampling: "AUDUBON" samples a Gangland episode on a New Orleans crime scene.
- Suicide Pact: In their interview with No Jumper, the duo said that if their attempt at getting successful with music didn't work, they would have killed themselves.