Rich Homie Quan Songs

  • The Most
    The Most
    Rich Homie Quan may have found himself in the middle of some serious controversy this year, but that hasn’t stopped his productivity from slowing up in the studio.
  • I'm Sayin
    I'm Sayin
    Earlier this month, Omarion celebrated his birthday by releasing the third installment in his annual Care Package EP, which contained a snippet of the record “Im Sayin (Gunplay)” featuring Rich Homie Quan on it.
  • Contemplate (No Tags)
    Contemplate (No Tags)
    After taking some time apart to focus on their respective solo careers, it seems like once-BFFs Rich Homie Quan and Young Thug are joining forces once again. After linking up over Metro Boomin production on "Color Purple," Rich Homie revealed that there may be another Rich Gang  album yet.
  • Dead On
    Dead On
    Over the weekend, Rich Homie Quan seemingly announced that him and Young Thug would be reuniting for "Rich Gang Pt. II," aka a sequel to Tha Tour: Pt. 1, their September 2014 joint tape. Now a new song by the name of "Dead On" from the two of them has surfaced as a part of DJ Fresh's "Rich Homie NoDJ Pack."
  • Why
    Many of us are still upset about the sudden breakup between Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan, who, as Rich Gang, released one of 2014's best tapes, Tha Tour: Part 1. Since going solo, both rappers have maintained their own small circles, but one producer who has continued to work closely with both artists is Goose.
  • Numbers
    Like many of his Atlanta-based peers, Rich Homie Quan is nothing if not prolific. Today he's shared his third mixtape of the year with ABTA (Album Before The Album), an exciting promise for his long-awaited debut album. The project features 13 new tracks, and while we're still making our way through it, the rapper's new collaboration with Zaytoven "Numbers" is an early highlight.
  • Ugh (Remix)
    Ugh (Remix)
    After making an appearance on T.I.'s stand-out track off Da Nic EP, "PBJ," alongside Young Thug, Dro returns to his single "Ugh" for a big remix. The record first dropped back in August, containing the trademark Zaytoven sound.
  • Adam Sandler
    Adam Sandler
    Here goes another loose collaboration from Rich Homie Quan and a producer, following up "Carlito" with Goose. This time he teams up with Spiffy Global, for a dope collaboration named after comedian Adam Sandler. 
  • Carlito
    Goose has proved to be one of the best collaborators for both Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan. The producer recently showed up throughout Thugger's Slime Season 2, and now he's shared a new record with Quan called "Carlito". This one finds RHQ in a more aggressive mode than we heard him on his latest mixtape, Royal Rich, which was more melody-focused.
  • Never Made Love
    Never Made Love
    Thugger made good on his promise to drop Slime Season 2 tonight. Most of the features on the tape are up-and-comers from either YSL or Bankroll Mafia, but the one that immediately stands out comes from Thug's former partner-in-crime, Rich Homie Quan. Yep, Rich Gang is back, and they've brought back London on da Track for "Never Made Love," recreating the magic the trio concocted on Tha Tour: Part 1. 
  • Have You Ever
    Have You Ever
    Boosie Badazz is nothing if not spontaneous. In true Boosie form, he dropped a new project today called Thrilla, Vol. 1 after announcing it only a couple days ago with the release of a joint called "Empire 2." It's his third project of the year following Three-Peat and Touch Down 2 Hell.
  • Color Purple
    Color Purple
    In what's not very uncommon anymore, a new track from Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan has somehow surfaced online this evening called “Color Purple.”
  • Nice
    The rap game has always been lacking in female counterparts. Premadonna is a step in the right direction, and she brings along Rich Homie Quan and Trick Daddy for the new cut "Nice." We're giving you the first listen on the record, which features a sizeable amount of RHQ's "woah woah woahs" and a little bit of playful back-and-forth between Premadonna and the featured artists.
  • 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.