Ricky Whigham, better known as Supastar LT, is a Dallas-born, Boston-bred artist. Stemming off of early childhood influences, "LT", turned his love for music into a dedication for writing and recording. With a seemingly never ending influx of new rappers revealing themselves in today’s “sound cloud era” it’s easy to get talent and music confused. Fortunately, LT draws the line in the sand and fuses one with the other. At 27, Supastar LT released his first official single Kilo which quickly caught national eye with his catchy phrases and his ability to skate over beats. His music label Skyways Music Group would grow to be a staple and symbol of Boston culture, and would be the home to the regions hottest lyricists from artist to in-house producers.
After mastering the mechanicals of music, LT grew to birth Kilo. Kilo, went on to bringing LT in meeting with Yo Gotti & the CMG label who is distributed through Epic Records.
LT's "Kilo" song and video went on making radio, major vlogs, along with Mtvjams. New Englands biggest breakthrough artist Eddy Fish was also featured on the single to bring a street edge to it; the song amassed over 98k streams. LT dropped his second single Real Forever featuring Fat Trel which was a street banger. He says, "All I ever wanted to do is motivate the streets." LT slowed it down for the ladies and dropped Boston Girls which was filmed right in his hometown.