Statik SelektahBoston
Patrick Baril
January 23, 1982
DJ, Radio Personality, Producer
Net Worth
Hip Hop
Associated Acts
Action Bronson, Black Thought, Bun B, Bumpy Knuckles, Currensy, Freddie, Gibbs, Freeway, Jared Evan, Joey Badass, KXNG Crooked, The Lox, Reks, Royce Da 5'9", Saigon, Slaine, Strong, Arm, Steady, Termanology


Statik Selektah

Patrick Baril (born January 23, 1982), professionally known as Statik Selektah, is an American record producer, disc jockey (DJ) and radio personality originally from the Boston, Massachusetts area. He is also the founder of Showoff Records. In 2010, he formed the hip hop group 1982, alongside American rapper Termanology. He has resided in New York City since 2004.

Life and Career

Statik Selektah was born in 1982. He was introduced to music at a young age, experimenting with his parents' eight-track machine, cassette recorders, and turntable. By middle school, he was already DJing school functions, but he was inspired to be a professional DJ after hearing DJ Premier & Funkmaster Flex scratch and mix records on Hot 97fm in New York City. Statik began doing radio at Phillips Exeter Academy’s WPEA, where he also occasionally DJ’ ed some of the Afro-Latino Society Parties. Naming himself DJ Statik, (the "Selektah" came later after hearing a local reggae artist say it unconsciously) he began to start to DJ at clubs and private parties up and down the New England Coast. In 2000, Selektah moved back to Massachusetts from New Hampshire to pursue an audio production degree at Boston's New England Institute of Art. Around this time, Statik started to put out his own mixtape series titled "Spell My Name Right." In 2003, Statik created ShowOff Marketing, which has had clients such as Reebok, G-Unit Records, Virgin Records, Capital, Universal Records, Diddy’s Vote or Die campaign and many others. In 2006, Statik Selektah made Showoff into a record label and put out Termanology's Out the Gate as the labels first release. In 2007, Statik released his first LP, titled Spell My Name Right, and came out with a second Stick 2 the Script in 2009. In 2010, Statik Selektah dropped another album 100 Proof: The Hangover which reached 37 on Billboard's Heatseeker Albums Chart. Besides dropping his own albums, he also has produced on many other artist's projects. Statik currently has a show on Thursday nights on Eminem's Shade 45 XM/Sirus Radio Station.

In 2009, Statik Selektah appeared on Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City, featuring as a DJ on the hip hop radio station The Beat 102.7.

While recording with rapper Freeway on Ustream, he announced a song off his next album, Population Control, called "Groupie Love" which features Mac Miller. This track was included on the final release of Population Control in 2011.

Since 2015, the publishing interest of Statik Selektah's catalog has been represented by Reservoir Media Management.

In May 2017, Statik Selektah announced with Billboard that he signed a management deal with Roc Nation plus announcing his eighth studio album titled 8.

Past and present radio stations

WPEA 90.5fm – Exeter, NH (1996–1998)
WERS 88.9fm – Boston, MA (2000)
WBOT 97.7fm – Boston, MA (2001–2004)
WBLX – Mobile, AL (2005–2009)
KMJJ – Shreveport, LA (2006–2008)
Shade 45 Sirius/XM New York City (2005–present)
KDON 102.5fm – Santa Cruz, CA (2009–2011)
WJMN 94.5fm – Boston, MA (2008–2011)

Studio albums

Spell My Name Right: The Album (2007)
Stick 2 the Script (2008)
100 Proof: The Hangover (2010)
Population Control (2011)
Extended Play (2013)
What Goes Around (2014)
Lucky 7 (2015)
8 (2017)

Collaborative albums

All In A Day's Work (with Saigon) (2009)
1982 (with Termanology – as 1982) (2010)
1982: The EP (with Termanology – as 1982) (2010)
The Evening News EP (with Termanology – as 1982) (2010)
Statik-Free EP (with Freeway) (2011)
Lyrical Workout (with Bumpy Knuckles) (2011)
Lord Giveth, Lord Taketh Away (with Freddie Gibbs) (2011)
State of Grace (mixtape) (with Slaine) (2011)
Well-Done (with Action Bronson) (2011)
Straight, No Chaser (with Reks) (2012)
2012 (with Termanology as 1982) (2012)
Stereo Type (with Strong Arm Steady) (2012)
Ambition (with Bumpy Knuckles) (2012)
Boom Bap & Blues (with Jared Evan) (2013)
The Proposal (with Ransom) (2013)
Still Blue (with Jared Evan) (2014)
Statik KXNG (with KXNG Crooked– as Statik KXNG) (2016)[6]
Still 1982 (with Termanology as 1982) (2018)
TrillStatik (with Bun B) (2019)
Gran Turismo (with Curren$y) (2019)


Statik Selektah’s The Lost and Damned EP" (2009)
The Left-Overs (Of What’s To Come…) EP (2010)

(video) Bun B & Statik Selektah ft. Westside Gunn & Termanology “Concrete” (off TRILLSTATIK)

Nino Man freestyle on Shade 45 with Statik Selektah /// Showoff Radio

Nas talks Statik Selektah & “Lost Freestyle”