Word Life

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Word Life
Adriel Ruiz

Bronx, New York City
NationalityPuerto Rican
CitizenshipUnited States
  • Musician
  • Artist
OrganizationKing Of All Fresh

Word Life is a Puerto Rican musician, rapper, and hip-hop artist.[1] He is the founder of KingofallFresh.com which encompasses everything from music, videos, a clothing line, and recently a media publishing company.[2][3]

His stage name, Word Life is inspired by his word and ambition for success. His music style is a mix of down south sound with the east coast influence.[4]

Word Life is known to have garnered fame and recognition through the release of his song, “Magic City” which appeared on XM Radio, The Source magazine and gained the attention of celebrities and well known artists in the industry.[5] As an independent and solo artist, his music can be listened to on all major streaming platforms including, Spotify, Apple Music, Soundcloud, and YouTube.[6][7]

Early life

Word Life was born as Adriel Ruiz in the Bronx, NY. In his teenage, during a trip to Dallas to visit some family, Word Life landed in a legal situation that subsequently led to his relocation to Dallas. Word Life interacted with several local music artists in Dallas and began performing at local events and open mics throughout the city. Soon he started recording and releasing street mixes that led him to gain popularity and recognition with a large fanbase in Dallas.[8]


Word Life released his first project in Dallas and landed as the supporting act for major artists on national tours.[9] He has recently returned to New York with the latest release of his single “Magic City” which aired on major radio platforms and landed on the top 15 iTunes charts in the UK.[10] With the release of his subsequent projects, he became one of the most realistic independent artists in Hip Hop world. He is also the founder of KingofallFresh.com, which originated from a clothing brand and now encompasses everything from music, videos, a clothing line, and recently a media publishing company.[11]

Selected discography


  • Get That (2022)
  • Smoke (2022)
  • Magic City (2022)

In the media



  1. Paul, Bryson "Boom" (24 June 2022). "NYC's Word Life Take Over The Streets In New Video "Get That"". HypeFresh Inc. Retrieved 17 October 2022.
  2. Paul, Bryson "Boom" (19 January 2022). "Bronx's Word Life Storms The Streets In New Visual "Get That"". www.thehypemagazine.com. Retrieved 17 October 2022.
  3. Aggressive New, Word Life Drops (11 July 2022). "Word Life Drops Aggressive New Single "Smoke"". Home of Hip Hop Videos & Rap Music, News, Video, Mixtapes & more. Retrieved 17 October 2022.
  4. “Get That”, Word Life (23 June 2022). "Word Life "Get That" Official Music Video". Thisis50. Retrieved 17 October 2022.
  5. Staff, H. H. W. (10 June 2022). "WordLife Taking Industry By Storm". Hip Hop Weekly. Retrieved 17 October 2022.
  6. Grant, Shawn (29 April 2022). "Upcoming Dallas Based Rapper Word Life". The Source. Retrieved 17 October 2022.
  7. Paul, Bryson "Boom" (19 January 2022). "Word Life Wants All The "Smoke" In New Single | DubCNN.com // West Coast Hip-Hop : Daily For Over A Decade". Retrieved 17 October 2022.
  8. Grant, Shawn (9 September 2022). "Word Life is Back With The Smash Hit "Magic City"". The Source. Retrieved 17 October 2022.
  9. Writer, Staff (5 October 2022). "Word Life Drops off the New Hit "Magic City"". AllHipHop. Retrieved 17 October 2022.
  10. Magic City, Word Life (28 September 2022). "Word Life Takes us to "Magic City"". Thisis50. Retrieved 17 October 2022.
  11. Williams, Victor (5 October 2022). "Emerging Rapper Word Life Charts with the New Hit "Magic City"". New York Weekly. Retrieved 17 October 2022.

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