Brooklyn Candida Rodriguez, professionally known as Bktherula, is an American recording artist from Atlanta, Georgia.
|Full Name/Stage Name||Brooklyn Candida Rodriguez/Bktherula|
|Date of Birth||August 30, 2002 (20 years)|
|Occupation||American Rapper, Singer and Songwriter|
Who is Bktherula?
Brooklyn Candida Rodriguez is an American Rapper, Singer and Songwriter from Atlanta, Georgia known professionally as Bktherula. She is recognized for her aesthetic and devoted fanbase.
Early Life of Bktherula
Rodriguez recorded her first song at the age of 9 on a tape recorder. She started uploading songs to SoundCloud at the age of 13. Her father was a rapper in a group called Planet X.
Bktherula Career Path
Candida Rodriguez began getting traction on the streaming platform SoundCloud in 2018 with the release of her singles “Faygo” and “Left Right”. In 2020, her song “Tweakin’ Together” went viral on social media platform TikTok. In January 2020, she released her single “On Me”. In July 2020, she released her single “Summer”. In October 2020, Rodriguez released her album Love Santana. In 2021, her single “Watch Me” was placed in video game NBA 2K22. In October 2021, she released a music video for her single “Placement” with American rapper Matt Ox. In March 2022, she released two singles titled “Keep da K” and “Coupe”. In April 2022, she appeared in the music video for the Rico Nasty song “Vaderz” which she featured on. In August 2022, she performed at Rolling Loud in Miami.
Bktherula Net Worth
Bktherula’s net worth as of January 2023 is estimated to be about $500,000. She has amassed this much and is still making more money from her occupation as an American Rapper, Singer and Songwriter.
Candida began releasing music in 2017 as BK, a nickname derived from her first name. These early pop and R&B work highlight her talent as a singer, a stark contrast to what she would later gain her first following from.
BK returned to music in late 2018 a rapper, releasing tracks like “Faygo” and “LEFT RIGHT,” which quickly earned her a buzz in the underground Atlanta scene. She briefly rebranded as BKBK before settling on Bktherula, and removed much of her old music from streaming services.