It's been a long journey for Rich Homie Quan, who recently made XXL's Freshman class, but he never forgets where he came from, as evidenced by his new song "From The Bottom."
Produced by KC Da BeatMonster, this track will apparently live on DJ Day-Day's upcoming mixtape Look What You Done. On it, Rich Homie Quan uses his trademark pained, auto-tuned delivery to convey the dire circumstances under which he was raised. Telling us how he proved everyone from his father to his elementary school teachers wrong, RHQ details his rise to the top. This doesn't seem to be the final version of the track, as there's an uncredited guest verse and the song cuts off rather abruptly. Stay tuned for a CDQ version!
My daddy told me never buy it if you can't afford it
Was overlooked as a child, see I wasn't important
Started writin' when I was nine, but everyone ignored me
I spit venom every line, feed everyone a portion