Did It Again (Remix)
Jay Critch Feat. Rich The Kid
With the help of a catchy instrumental that sounds like Sunday melancholy, "Did It Again" is immediately addicting, showcasing Jay Critch's immersive flow and lyricism. As the newest signee to Rich The Kid's Rich Forever label, the Brooklyn-based spitter just scored a hot feature from his label boss.
NBA YoungBoy Feat. Rich The Kid
If you thought this would be a freestyle or re-work of Meek Mill and Tory Lanez recent collaboration of the same name, you'd be wrong. NBA YoungBoy is quickly positioning himself (or, maybe the blogs are) as next-up from the South.
Rich The Kid Feat. Quavo & Desiigner
The tireless Rich The Kid has just dropped off Keep Flexin, his fourth tape of the year -- though his first solo project since April's Trap Talk. There are several features on the tape, and two of the big ones -- Quavo and Desiigner -- guest on the same track, "Goin," which has immediate hit potential. Over a freely cascading synthy production from DJ Durel, Desiigner opens the record with the hook, as he exercises smooth blasts of spontaneous raps and unintelligible melodies, while his maniacal cackles can be heard underneath.
Dont Want Her
Rich The Kid
Rich The Kid is getting ready to release a new mixtape on Halloween called Keep Flexin, and today we have a new leak from it. After hitting us with “Dat Way” a couple weeks ago, the ATL trapper decides to come through and share another offering from us today called “Don’t Want Her.”
Madeintyo Feat. Rich The Kid
Private Club's Madeintyo and Rich Forever boss Rich The Kid, two Atlanta rappers who have been known to flex on purpose, have teamed up for a new collab: "YSL." K Swisha, Madeintyo's most trusted beatman, produced "YSL" and debuted the song on his SoundCloud. The track's title refers to the designer Yves Saint Laurent and not the Young Stoner Life brand of Young Thug.
Rich The Kid Feat. Migos
Rich the Kid was supposed to release two mixtapes in September, Streets On Lock 5 and Keep Flexing, and to absolutely no one's surprise, neither of them have come out yet. But the RTK train is still rumbling along. Wednesday morning, he released a new song called "Dat Way" and announced that Streets of Lock 5 will now drop on November 5th. Produced by Honorable C.N.O.T.E., "Dat Way" features plenty of the Migos' easy swagger that we have come to take for granted.
Goin For Ten
Famous Dex Feat. Quavo & Rich The Kid
Famous Dex dropped off his second mixtape in the span of a few months this morning, Dexter the Robot, a follow-up to June's Heartbreak Kid. His buzz isn't dwindling either, as Rich The Kid continues to pop off so does Dex, it seems he's learning a thing or two from his Rich Forever boss' constant hustle.
Bank Of America
Chevy Woods Feat. Rich The Kid
Fresh off the release of “Too Dope,” which he cooked up at our own HNHH studios last week, Taylor Gang’s own Chevy Woods decides to come through on this Labor Day holiday and share a new collab called “Bank Of America” featuring Rich The Kid.
That Bag (Remix)
Rich The Kid Feat. Lil Durk
Rich the Kid is getting ready to release two mixtapes this month -- Streets On Lock 5 on September 16th and Keep Flexing on September 21st.
Rich The Kid Feat. Migos
It appears that Rich the Kid will release not one but TWO mixtapes next month: Keep Flexing on September 13th and Streets on Lock 5 on September 16th. In preparation, RTK has been putting roughly one song a week. Two weeks ago, it was "Stay Focused" feat.
Desiigner & Rich The Kid
After an unbelievable few weeks of hype ahead of the release of "Tiimmy Turner," Desiigner quietly dropped off his follow-up, "Strippers," on Wednesday afternoon. It's a collaboration with Rich the Kid produced by Philly's hottest producer of the moment, Maaly Raw.
Rich The Kid Feat. Skippa Da Flippa
Rich the Kid is really out there, hustling every day to build up his rap game connections, and it's obviously been working-- he's connected with everyone from Jaden Smith to Frank Ocean to Chance The Rapper. We gotta give him props though, cause not only is he grinding but he's actually improving and stepping up the quality of his releases. He proved as much on his last mixtape, Rich Forever 2, which dropped at the beginning of July. Point in case, once again, he's already prepping another mixtape: Streets On Lock 5.
No Kiss (Freestyle)
Rich The Kid
Fast-rising Canadian producer Murda Beatz was the special guest on OVO Sound Radio last night.
Rich The Kid Feat. Famous Dex & Desiigner
Rich the Kid announced his new label, Rich Forever, as well as its first signee, Chicago's Famous Dex, in March. The Rich Forever boys have since been off to a roaring start, already dropping off two mixtapes, the latest being Rich Forever 2, released a couple of weeks ago. Rich and Dex have now decided to share a new remix of the tape's opening track, "Plug Callin." The remix, which was played during OVO Sound Radio this past weekend, features Desiigner, who drops the closing verse and can be heard echoing the words "plug callin" throughout the track.
Rich The Kid Feat. Jaden Smith
We're sure Rich the Kid and Famous Dex have enough material to put out a proper joint effort, but first up, the new label head has finally released his Rich Forever 2 compilation project. It's almost like a Famous Dex x Rich The Kid joint project, but not quite.
Look At My Ice
Trill Sammy Feat. Rich The Kid & Skippa Da Flippa
Trill Sammy is a young Houston rapper who's achieved considerable success this year alongside his frequent collaborator Dice SoHo, as they've dropped off a handful of remixes as well a few originals -- including "Just Watch" -- that have done huge streaming numbers. Recently, Sammy has been intent on bringing his movement to Atlanta. He collaborated with Soulja Boy a few months ago, and earlier this week, he and Dice enlisted the A-list producer Honorable C-Note for "Gang," featuring PnB Rock.
Smokin What I'm Smokin On
Mod Sun Feat. D.R.A.M. & Rich The Kid
Well, this is quite the varied affair, but it works well. We have Don Cannon on the beat, rock-influenced-artist Mod Sun, trap enthusiast and generally-turnt-rapper Rich The Kid, as well as chilled out singer/rapper D.R.A.M. all together on one song. It's a weed anthem for a trio of kush advocates from different walks of life. Smokers come in every shape and form.
2 Times (Remix)
Famous Dex Feat. Wiz Khalifa & Rich The Kid
If you've been following rising Chicago rapper Famous Dex at all, you're already very familiar with "2 Times". The video for the track, which was released in September 2015, has over 5 million views on YouTube. Though it's far from new, Dex is freshening up the record, releasing a remix today with Wiz Khalifa and Rich The Kid (whose Rich Forever Music label Dex is currently signed to). The song happens to be a light tribute to Gucci Mane, who released the Gucci 2x mixtape a few years back, and still features declarations of "Free Gucci!" despite the Trap God's recent release.
Ran It Up
Rich The Kid Feat. Young Thug
Rich the Kid decided today was the day when he would release "Ran It Up," his self-produced collaboration with labelmate Young Thug. Rich and Thugger last linked up on 2014's "Came From Nothin.'" According to Rich, "Ran It Up" is a prelude to a song he and Thugger recorded with Bugatti Biebs and Diplo that is currently sitting in the stash.
Famous Dex Feat. Rich The Kid
Rich The Kid is really pushing his new imprint, Rich Forever Music. The rapper has made quite a few moves in the past few months, after signing up and comer Famous Dex, as well as J $tash, the collective came together for a free mixtape Rich Forever Music in April. As if that wasn't enough, Rich is already planning the follow-up mixtape, Rich Forever Music 2, which will drop in a week's time.