Rich The Kid Feat. Ty Dolla $ign
Rich the Kid has just come through with his long-awaited Trap Talk mixtape, and the tracklist shows surprisingly few collabs compared to Rich's past tape. The collabs that do show up, though, are there for a reason. One of the Trap Talk tracks that should be among the first to blow is "911," featuring and produced by Ty Dolla $ign. "911" refers to the Porsche 911, a vehicle in which both Rich and Ty have experienced some illicit activity.
Wit My Dogs
Chevy Woods Feat. Rich The Kid
Chevy Woods and Rich the Kid have been working in the studio, and during today's session, they decided to bypass all promo and give fans a new choice cut titled "Wit My Dogs." This is Woods' first new track since the drunk loosie he dropped off a month ago, and "Wit My Dogs" comes four days after Rich the Kid's new label, Rich Forever Music, released its first
Phone Tap Freestyle
Rich The Kid Feat. Skippa Da Flippa & Lil Yachty
Lil Yachty is now being managed by Coach K, which makes him pretty close with the Quality Control stable. Today, he's teamed with Rich The Kid and Skippa Da Flippa, and he's going bar-for-bar with the triplet-loving rappers, as the three trade off on a hookless new record. There's no weak link in this round of furious ad-lib-punctuated collection of one-liners, with the line-up of rappers each bringing their own unique energy to the driving instrumental.
J $tash Feat. Rich The Kid
Earlier this month, Rich the Kid announced his new label Rich Forever Music and quickly revealed the signing of Chicago's Famous Dex. He's now added another artist to the roster, Florida-via-NY rapper J $tash. Rich shows up on Stash's new single, "Bricks" -- his first on Rich Forever -- and the beat comes from the always reliable Zaytoven.
We Got It
Rich The Kid & Lil Yachty
The HNHH staff was impressed with Lil Yachty's turnupability down at SXSW last week. Perhaps we were fooled by that song that samples the Rugrats theme song.
Lil Uzi Vert Feat. Rich The Kid & Omelly
While his Don Cannon-produced single "Money Longer" continues to pick up airplay, Lil Uzi Vert has dropped off a new track featuring his good friend Rich the Kid as well as a fellow Philly native in Omelly, who was last heard on the most recent Drake diss put out by his Dreamchasers boss.
Soon To Be (Remix)
Lil West Feat. Rich The Kid
Young Delaware rapper/singer Lil West got his buzz circulating the web with his December EP, That's Too Much, entirely produced by his close collaborator Yung Milkcrate. The song that got the most attention off the tape was "Soon to Be," and before West starts prepping fans for his next project, that track has just been remixed by Atlanta rapper Rich the Kid, the new CEO of Rich Forever Music.
Famous Dex Feat. Rich The Kid
Famous Dex is Chicago's latest rapper to gain a considerable buzz, and as a result, we're seeing him working with a lot of new artists. Earlier today we heard him on a track with Lil Yachty and Ugly God, and now he's come through with a song of his own, working with Rich The Kid. Like a lot of Dex's stuff, "Hell Yeah" is somewhere between Chicago and Atlanta, which makes Rich a perfect feature. Still, Dex is the star of the show, sounding as enthusiastic as ever, and proving he could definitely be making a major impact this year.
Just For You
Rich The Kid
It had been over a week since we'd gotten new music from Rich the Kid, so naturally, the prolific Quality Control rapper's new drop is sounding extra fresh. "Just For You" is produced by OG Parker, one of the most promising young beatmen in Atlanta, who has landed tracks on each of the past two Migos tapes, including YRN 2's "Commando," which received the visual treatment earlier today.
Soulja Boy Feat. Lil Yachty & Rich The Kid
In the past year or so, Snapchat has become a leading social media platform, largely because of its unique capacity for uncensored mischief-making, and rappers have done well to touch on it in their music. You're likely familiar with Yo Gotti's explicit snap request on "Down in the DM," and today, we have a new club joint that's wholly dedicated to the video messaging app, coming from three Atlanta trappers in Soulja Boy, Rich the Kid, and Lil Yachty.
Rich The GOAT
Rich The Kid
The term GOAT is more widespread than ever, to the point that its meaning might not be quite as powerful as it once was, but it's definitely fun to say. Rich The Kid is the latest rapper to claim GOAT status, and teaming with an undeniable GOAT in Mannie Fresh. After giving 2 Chainz, "Used 2," Mannie has adapted his style to Atlanta's new wave, and his minimal instrumental suits Rich perfectly.The song comes off Rich's upcoming mixtape, I'm The GOAT, and if the single artwork is any indication, it should have a very memorable cover. Look out for it soon.
Rich Homie Quan Feat. Rich The Kid
Rich Gang may be defunct, but Rich Homie Quan still knows how to make music as glossy and melodic as 2014 summer anthem, "Lifestyle". "Stay Down" recalls the uplifting piano chords of the single, and Quan greets it with some of his most inspired pop songwriting yet, structuring the track like one big hook, and if Fetty Wap is any proof, it's a successful formula.
Rejjie Snow Feat. Future & Rich The Kid
Rejjie Snow isn't from around here. He hails all the way from Dublin, Ireland, but he didn't let thousands of miles stop him from putting together a fantastic track with Rich the Kid and Future. "Product" is a true banger, and a great way to introduce everyone to the Irish emcee. Future handles the hook on this track, rapping about the product he used to put out for the fiends on his block. Rich the Kid gets verse one, and then on verse two we hear Rejjie Snow. You can hear the accent in his voice as he spits raspy, lucid flows.
Hit-Boy Feat. Rich The Kid & Donnie Trumpet
Hit-Boy dropped the first installment of the Zoomin series in September, and recently he's been hinting heavily that the sequel isn't far on the horizon. With "TD Celebration," his new release featuring Rich The Kid and Donnie Trumpet from the Social Experiment, it's official -- Zoomin 2 is on the way.
Playboi Carti & Rich The Kid
Digital Trapstars continue to tease their Screens on Lock 3 mixtape, this time dropping a collaboration between Playboi Carti and Rich the Kid. Previously the two linked up on “Plug.”
Ritz Carlton (Freestyle)
Rich The Kid
Plies' "Ritz Carlton," aka "Ran Off on da Plug Twice," off his latest project, Ain't No Mixtape Bih 2, has become a huge hit for the Florida rapper, thanks in large part to the viral dance it inspired which has been picked up by some star players in the NFL. It's also a banger. Today, Quality Control rapper Rich the Kid has shared a freestyle over the DTSpacely "Ritz Carlton" production. He comes with heat for nearly 2:00, with bars about going from the mud to the Ritz, trapping the whole time.
PnB Rock Feat. Rich The Kid
Rich the Kid has a new collaboration today, although it’s not the Frank Ocean song that surfaced in rumors the past few weeks. Instead, the Atlanta rapper hops on a track by Philadelphia rapper PNB Rock for “My Zone.” The track will appear on the Digital Trapstars Screens on Lock Vol. 3 which is set to drop later this month.
How Else (Remix)
iLoveMakonnen & Rich The Kid Feat. Steve Aoki
Rich the Kid and iLoveMakonnen are two forward-thinking young Atlantans, interested in trying out their skills in different genres while still taking ultimate inspiration from the trap. In late November, they teamed up for a joint tape, Whip It, and they earned a new fan in famed EDM producer Steve Aoki, who has come through today with a remix of the Whip It standout "No Ma'am 2."
Rich The Kid, T-Wayne, TK N Cash & Tate Kobang
300 Entertainment is bringing together its underdogs for a tour, "Young Hustle." Rich The Kid, T-Wayne, TK N Cash and Tate Kobang are all on the bill, and with the tour kicking off on Friday, 300 has rounded up the artists in question for a smooth collaboration.
Yung Ignorant Niggas
Black Dave Feat. Rich The Kid
New York's Black Dave is back with his first record since his October mixtape, Stay Black 3. His latest, "Yung Ignorant N*ggas," finds him linking up with the ever-prolific Rich the Kid for a heavy late-night track. The beat is spacey and disorienting, and you can catch those smoked-out 4 AM studio vibes upon the first listen.