Wiki – Biography, Career and Songs

Patrick G. Morales, known by his stage name Wiki, is an American rapper and record producer hailing from New York City, New York. He rose to prominence as a member of the New York City-based hip hop group Ratking, alongside rapper-producer Sporting Life and rapper Hak. However, he departed from the group in 2015. Additionally, Morales was part of Secret Circle, alongside rapper Antwon and rapper-producer Lil Ugly Mane, until 2018. 

Following his departure from these groups, Wiki embarked on a successful solo career, releasing three solo albums: No Mountains in Manhattan in 2017, Oofie in 2019, and Half God in 2021.

Early Life

Born on October 21, 1993, in New York City, New York, U.S., Wiki grew up on the Upper West Side in Manhattan. His father, of Puerto Rican descent, worked for an Argentinean bank, while his mother, of Irish-American heritage, was raised in suburban Westchester County, New York. Wiki attended the Brooklyn Friends School.

Wiki’s musical influences include Big Pun, Juvenile, Ol’ Dirty Bastard, Cam’ron, and Buckshot, with Cam’ron holding the top spot in his list of inspirations.


Wiki embarked on his music career in 2011 as a member of the New York City hip hop group Ratking, alongside Hak and Sporting Life. In a 2012 interview, he revealed that his rap name is inspired by Wikipedia. He initially formed a group called Wiki and Googs with a friend named Googs during 8th grade, which later evolved into just “Wiki” as a nickname adopted by those who met him past 9th grade.

His debut solo extended play, 1993, was released on October 2, 2011, and later re-released as Ratking’s debut EP, Wiki93, on November 2, 2012. Ratking’s debut single, “100,” dropped on November 18, 2013, followed by their debut studio album, So It Goes, on April 7, 2014. Their second EP, 700-Fill, was released on March 4, 2015.

Wiki released his debut solo mixtape, Lil Me, on December 7, 2015. Collaborating with fellow rapper Your Old Droog, they released the EP What Happened to Fire? on February 2, 2017. His debut solo album, No Mountains in Manhattan, came out on August 25, 2017, named after a line from the 1973 Martin Scorsese film Mean Streets.

Continuing to make an impact in the rap scene, Wiki released several singles in 2019, including “Cheat Code,” “On Code,” and “Eggs,” followed by his album Oofie on November 8, 2019. In 2020, he released tracks like “Fee Fi Fo Fum,” “Smarty Jones,” and “Cash Out.”

 His next album, Telephonebooth, dropped on May 7, 2021, under his record label, Wikset Enterprise. He also released several singles in 2021, including “Highs and Lows | Highs and Lows,” “Uncut Gems,” “Boca to Holyoke,” “Starting Today,” and “Never Know.”

In 2023, Wiki continued his prolific output, releasing two albums, “Faith Is a Rock” and “14K Figaro,” along with an EP titled JOHNNY MCENROE and five singles: “Mayors A Cop,” “Numb,” “That Aint Pat,” “Golden Child,” and “Lilypad.”



2017 – No Mountains in Manhattan

2019 – Oofie

2021 – Telephonebooth 

2021 – Half God

2023 – Faith Is a Rock

2023 – 14K Figaro


2011 – 1993

2017 – What Happened to Fire?

2022 – One More



2015 – Lil Me

2022 – Cold Cuts


2015 –  Livin’ with My Moms

2016 – Patience

2016 – 3 Stories

2017 – Icarus

2017 – Pretty Bull

2017 – Mayor

2018 – In the Park

2018 – Elixir 

2019 – Cheat Code

2019 – On Code

2019 – Eggs

2020 – Fee Fi Fo Fum 

2020 – Smarty Jones

2020 – Cash Out

2021 – Uncut Gems

2021 – Highs and Lows | Highs and Lows

2021 – Boca to Holyoke

2021 – Starting Today

2021 – Never Know

2022 – 2022 Intro

2022 – My Life

2022 – The Fonz 

2022 – Mista

2022 – One More Chance

2022 – One More

2023 – Mayors A Cop

2023 – Numb

2023 – That Aint Pat

2023 – Golden Child

2023 – Lilypad