Rich Kidz (otherwise known as Skooly and Kaelub) have been a consistent force in the Atlanta music scene for some time now. The duo have more than a couple of regional hits to their name, and have proved themselves as some of the best pop songwriters the city has to offer.
Last year's underrated mixtape, A West Side Story, showcased both the melodic and aggressive side of the group (not that they're mutually exclusive), and saw the Kidz working with some of ATL's finest producers, including London On The Track, Metro Boomin, Dun Deal, Zaytoven, 808 Mafia, and more.
Today they've returned with a new track, which falls more within classic banger territory. The song was released on the new Hunchos mixtape, on which the duo provide hosting duties. No word on when we'll see their Columbia debut.
See trust never been in my dictionary
I just close my eyes
And try to make my vision visionary
But my vision blurry
They'll never see out my eyes
They'll never be on my side