Rich Homie Quan Songs

  • 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. 
  • She Ain't Goin'
    She Ain't Goin'
    Rich Homie Quan is a proven hook master at this point, so getting him on a feature brings about the strong possibility of a hit. Rich The Kid's newest record, "She Ain't Goin," gets this rare privilege, and it certainly sounds like something that could get some radio play. Rich The Kid is currently campaigning for XXL Freshmen recognition, and this is one of his best efforts yet in terms of proving he can make big records.
  • Swear (Tags)
    Swear (Tags)
    Outside of Kanye West's appearance on Rihanna's "FourFiveSeconds," we haven't heard many rappers going in over acoustic guitar this year. The instrument forms the backbone of Rich Homie Quan's latest track, "Swear," which he premiered during his appearance on Atlanta's Hot 107.9 earlier this week.
  • My Homie
    My Homie
    Another leak from Young Thug & Rich Homie Quan has found its way online tonight, and it's fittingly titled “My Homie”.
  • Indie
    This mysterious cut has been circulating the internet today. The leak was uploaded to rapper Sway Burr's Soundcloud, although according to the credits he's just a featured artist. It doesn't sound finished, and for all we know it isn't, but we know how you guys fiend for Rocky. The cut features a short opening verse from Rocky, a chopped up a hook and a closing verse from Rich Homie (with Sway Burr in the middle). The H-town vibes are definitely present, but no producer has been credited. 
  • Hennessy
    Problem's got a brand new mixtape dropping tomorrow, and he's decided to release one huge new leak before sharing the project. The West Coast emcee has enlisted T.I. and Rich Homie Quan for "Hennessy", yet another self-produced record (but not without the help of League of Starz and Mars). Rather than settling into the Mustard wave, the record operates at a cool cruise, allowing Tip and Quan to apply their ATL swagger to the mix as freely as Problem delivers his gruff story-telling.
  • Ride Out
    Ride Out
    A huge lineup of today's rising stars get on a single off the upcoming soundtrack for "Furious 7," aptly titled "Ride Out." Kid Ink, fresh off the release of Full Speed, is the lead artist on the track, with a verse and a very catchy hook. Rich Homie Quan, Tyga, Wale & YG also contribute verses, making for a jam-packed three and a half minutes. This could easily be the theme music to the the seventh installment of the wildly popular "Furious" saga. Is this a track you can ride to? 
  • Whatever
    With all the drama surrounding Birdman and Lil Wayne--and, now, possibly Nicki Minaj--it's easy to forget the Cash Money boss still has two of the hottest young stars in the game under his wing. After making huge noise with Tha Tour Part 1 last year, Rich Homie Quan and Young Thug are back for their first collab of 2015.
  • Falisha
    After tearing up the streets and the charts with hits like "Versace" and "Fight Night" and gaining notoriety with mixtapes like Y.R.N. (Young Rich Niggas) and No Label 2, Migos are finally ready to drop their debut album, Y.R.N.: The Album. The first offering from the project came last week (check it out here if you haven't already) and now its follow-up comes today.
  • 1500
    The last time Boosie Badazz and Rich Homie Quan linked up, we go the dope track "Like A Man," and today, they continue their hot streak on "1500." Bringing along the ever-reliable Peewee Longway for one of his stopgap guest verses, Boosie and Quan have shared the new one, produced by Beatmonster Marc and Wheezy.
  • Low
    We first introduced you to Zach Farlow with his music video for "Solo." At the time, he was starting to gain some buzz within Atlanta, where he was based out of despite being native to Tennessee. Zach had been busy working with many notable producers in the ATL, including 808 Mafia, Dun Deal and Sonny Digital. With producer co-signs on deck, the rapper is continuing to grow and reach audiences outside of Atlanta.
  • Have You Ever
    Have You Ever
    Rich Homie Quan's breakout tape, I Promise I Will Never Stop Going In, featured quite a bit of singing, but not enough to distract from his boastful, aggressive rapping. Since then, though, Quan's had a bunch of new tunes drop that reveal a slightly poppier, more optimistic side. "Have You Ever," his latest, might be the most sterling example of this yet.
  • Oooh
    Coincidentally, just last week Future dropped a similarly-titled track off his Beast Mode mixtape (albeit, Future had five o's in his "Oooooh", but Gotti limits it to three). Gotti just delivered his surprise mixtape Concealed, hosted by DJ Drama, and it's loaded with features.
  • In This Game
    In This Game
    Just the other day, Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan again stoked our excitement for the upcoming sequel to Tha Tour Pt. 1 by dropping "M.O.M. (Mind On Money)." Now they're back with another. Check out the ratchet-styled "In This Game."
  • M.O.M. (Mind On Money)
    M.O.M. (Mind On Money)
    It remains unclear if any Young Thug x Rich Homie Quan collabo should be considered as 'Rich Gang' or if it's limited to those that have a Birdman ad-lib, intro or outro, but either way, we get a new collaboration between the besties today. This one comes on the heels of Thug's solo track "Pelican Fly," and once again we get another catchy hook from the two Atlanta natives on "M.O.M (Mind On Money)."
  • Flex
    Rich Homie Quan has been impacting our pages a lot lately alongside his Rich Gang counterpart Young Thug, but today he’s doing things all by himself on the new track “Flex”.
  • Better Than Them
    Better Than Them
    Today we get a big collaboration from Slow Bucks Over Everything crew, with Boosie Badazz, Yo Gotti and Rich Homie Quan. "Better Than Them" is a leak off Digital Trapstars' forthcoming compilation mixtape Screens on Lock: 4th Quarter Press. This record actually surfaced earlier this year on an SBOE mixtape, although it didn't pack quite the same punch as there were no featured artists on it. Now that SBOE's got assistance from Gotti, Boosie and Rich Homie, do you think it'll take off? Grab it on iTunes.
  • Choke
    Ouuueee. Nipsey Hussle gives us some new music just in time for us to kick off 2015, or celebrate the end of 2014. It's a banger, you know immediately from that infamous London On Da Track tag. The West and the South connect on the somewhat unlikely collaboration. With two features from best buddies and frequent collaborators Rich Homie Quan and Young Thug, as well as London On Da Track production, it sounds more like a Rich Gang track featuring Nipsey, and not the other way around.
  • Hold Us
    Hold Us
    Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan proved their strength as a duo with the excellent Rich Gang mixtape, but they seem have a lot more in the chamber than that (already pretty damn long) project. Quan recently hinted that Vol. 2 of the tape was coming Christmas Eve, and while that didn't pan out, there's no doubt in our mind that the two don't have anotehr mixtape's worth of material ready to go anytime.
  • Ain't Trippin'
    Ain't Trippin'
    Rich Homie Quan released a big remix last night for his "Blah Blah Blah" record, adding Ty Dolla $ign, Fabolous and DeJ Loaf to the cut.
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