Rich Homie Quan Songs

  • Love Don't Cost A Thing
    Love Don't Cost A Thing
    Just over a week ago, Rich Homie Quan surprise dropped a new mixtape, DTSpacely Made This, entirely produced by, of course, DTSpacely. It wasn't a weak project by any means, but its release was underwhelming next to that of Young Thug's Slime Season, released on the same day. Has Thugga officially taken the post-Rich Gang spotlight away from RHQ?
  • Basement
    Just hours after receiving Young Thug’s highly anticipated Slime Season mixtape, his former Rich Gang partner, Rich Homie Quan, decided to follow in suit and surprise his fans with a new mixtape of his own called DTSpacely Made This. Laced with 10 tracks, the DTSpacely-produced project features a lone feature from Migos member Offset, which we’ve decided to highlight for you here.
  • I Promise
    I Promise
    The face of the Freebandz crew and label is, of course, its originator -- one of the game's biggest stars: Future. But Mr. Hendrix has recruited some serious ATL up-and-comers to join the movement, including Lil Donald, who came on the scene with "Juice," and whose debut tape, Freeband Loyal, is stacked with hot features and producers. One of the tape's biggest collabs is "I Promise," featuring Rich Homie Quan and produced by Zaytoven. 
  • Hitman
    As if “Brand New” & “Look At Me Now” weren’t enough, here goes the third & final release from Rich Homie Quan today titled “Hitman,” off DJ Fresh’s newly-released Havin & Dabbin 3 mixtape.
  • No Problems
    No Problems
    To commemorate the ten-year anniversary of his reign in the music industry, Gucci Mane is getting ready to share his very first movie ever, which he executive produced, called “The Spot” on 10/17. With an upcoming soundtrack on the way as well, Guwop decides to get the ball rolling tonight by giving us the go ahead to premiere the first offering from that soundtrack called “No Problems” featuring fellow ATLien's Rich Homie Quan & Peewee Longway.
  • Bankroll
    In a now-legendary line on T.I.'s star-studded Paper Trail cut "Swagga Like Us," Jay Z proclaimed that he "Can't wear skinny jeans 'cause my knots too thick." Well, here's noted skinny jeans enthusiast Rich Homie Quan taking the opportunity to prove Hov wrong on his latest track, "Bankroll."
  • Break A Table
    Break A Table
    Last week, Rich Homie Quan gave us a taste of what we might expect from the next incarnation of Rich Gang, lending an assist to Jacquees on "Come Thru." Today, he's back with a solo cut. "Break A Table" will be included on the OJ Da Juiceman-hosted Strictly 4 The Traps N Trunks 96 tape.
  • Come Thru
    Come Thru
    Warning: You may never look at a Jolly Rancher the same way after listening to this song. With that out of the way, Rich Gang crooner Jacquees is back with a new radio single from his upcoming project, Mood, and it's built on some the kind of slow-burning grooves we've been missing in mainstream R&B lately.
  • Basement
    After featuring Offset and Jeezy's unearthed collaboration, "Work," produced by 808 Mafia, we get another leak that features the 1/3 of Migos "Basement." The collaboration details all the things that Rich Homie's got in his basement and all the things he could do you to in the basement. Basically, don't fuck with Rich Homie. 
  • Show You
    Show You
    Rich Homie Quan and Migos are two of the hardest working acts in rap. It's not often we go a week without hearing from one of the two, and even when they're not officially releasing their tracks, they seem to find their way online from one of their many studio sessions. Today we've received a couple of new tracks from both Quan and Migos, and "Show You" finds them working together.
  • Save That Money
    Save That Money
    Lil Dicky somehow convinced his fans to give him over $100,000 to record an album, so he knows a thing or two about saving money. The comedy-rapper has also managed to persuade two of the hottest rappers out-- Fetty Wap and Rich Homie Quan --to hop on his new song, "Save That Money," likely using some of that Kickstarter cash.
  • I Might
    I Might
    Last night, Jeezy surprised us by dropping a new DJ Drama-led mixtape, Gangsta Party. Most surprising about the release were the features Jeezy and Drama compiled on the tape, tapping all the young talent in ATL and beyond. With Gangsta Party, Jeezy's campaigning for the youth vote while still keeping his boss mentality in check. 
  • 3 Stripes
    3 Stripes
    Rich Homie Quan found himself surrounded by controversy this past week, as a record that was leaked had Quan spitting some extremely offensive rape lyrics in it. After issuing his apology the day following, Rich Homie Quan is trying to put all that behind him and get back to the music. Tonight, he decides to give Funk Flex the green light to premiere this new offering called “3 Stripes”.
  • Came Back
    Came Back
    A bunch of Rich Homie Quan and Young Thug songs leaked earlier this week, and among those containing offensive lyrics that they probably didn't want the world to hear are more polished, official-sounding cuts. ATL producer Goose just loosed one that he produced for RHQ called "Came Back" on his Soundcloud, and it sounds much more like the Rich Homie we know and love.
  • Whoa
    Since last year, Atlanta's Reese has been on a quiet-but-buzzy hot streak that's included collabs with Key!, Casey Veggies, OG Maco, Wiz Khalifa, A$AP Ferg and many more. Today, he links up with another ATLien, Rich Homie Quan, for the aptly-named "Whoa."
  • Trap House
    Trap House
    Although Takeoff and Quavo were recently released on bail, Offset wasn't afforded the same opportunity being a previously convicted felon. Unfortunately, Offset finds himself back to square one, as was also locked up back when Migos first started to blow up.
  • Get Better
    Get Better
    Rich Homie Quan may have just released a new full length, but as you well nknow by now, the man has trouble NOT going in. Thus, a week later, we've received another new record from one of rap's most consistent workaholics, and its a winner.
  • Throw It Back
    Throw It Back
    Rich Homie Quan's melodic palette has seen a sizable change since harmonizing with fellow Atlanta songwriter Young Thug over the course of Rich Gang That Tour Vol. 1, and while much of the rapper's new Royal Rich tape feels post-Thug in delivery, "Throw It Back" sounds like something that could have lived on 2013's I Promise I Will Never Stop Goin In.
  • Family
    On Friday Rich Homie Quan announced that he would drop his next mixtape on Tuesday, April 28th, and that that mixtape would have the unnecessarily long name of If You Ever Think I Will Stop Going In, Ask Double R. Today he gave us the first offering from the tape in the form of "Family." "Family" might be categorized "feel-good" by some and "soft" by others. Along with Yung Booke, RHQ delivers an ode to the importance of family, a.k.a. the homies he grew up with, over a feathery piece of Only1Skoota production. 
  • You Not
    You Not
    Since pairing up with Young Thug for the Rich Gang tape last year, Rich Homie Quan's solo music has taken on a less aggressive edge, incorporating spacey instrumentals and a lot more singing than was featured on his early material. His latest, "You Not," continues this trend. 
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