Rich The Kid Songs

  • Cover of Rich The Kid - Goin Krazy  Feat. YG
    Rich The Kid makes a Bompton connection today with his new leak "Goin Krazy," representing YG's penchant to turn his C's to K's (and it very well could have been a B replacement).
  • Cover of Rich The Kid - On My Way  Feat. Bobby Shmurda & Rowdy Rebel (Prod. By Zaytoven)
    What's this? Bobby Shmurda and Rowdy Rebel rapping on a Zaytoven beat? Yes, believe it or not, the GS9 rappers' down South influence comes to fruition today with "On My Way," a new track helmed by Rich The Kid and produced by Zay.
  • Cover of Rich The Kid - Jumpin Like Jordan (Remix)  Feat. Yo Gotti, French Montana & Chinx Drugz
    Stream Jumpin Like Jordan (Remix), the newest drop from Rich The Kid which features Yo Gotti, French Montana & Chinx Drugz. The cut was released on Monday, November 25th, 2013. Things are looking better for Rich The Kid with each new release, which Jumpin Like Jordan (Remix) has proven yet again.
  • Cover of Rich The Kid - Trap (Remix)  Feat. Gucci Mane
    Shared back in April (on 4/20 no less), Migos and Rich The Kid's Streets On Lock 3 was the most successful of their collaborative tapes yet, bringing us anthems such as "Dr.
  • Cover of Rich The Kid - Workin'  Feat. Casey Veggies (Prod. By Lex Luger)
    Rich The Kid is just a few weeks remove from dropping his guest-packed Feels Good To Be Rich tape, but it appears he's got some more tricks up his sleeve for the rest of the year, as he's just shared a new track featuring Casey Veggies.
  • Cover of Rich The Kid - She Wit It  Feat. IamSu!
    Most know Rich The Kid from his association with Migos and Quality Control. Recently, we've heard him with Migos on "Change," and he had his own cut, "What You Talmbout," off the upcoming Shmigo Gang mixtape. Now he's back with "She Wit It," and with bangers like this, he's soon to become a household name. 
  • Cover of Rich The Kid - Goin' Crazy  Feat. Migos (Prod. By KE On The Track)
    Rich The Kid and Migos have many collaborations with each other under their respective belts, but that doesn't mean we're not excited to hear a new one. Far from it.
  • Cover of Rich The Kid - Hot Nigga (Freestyle)
    With Bobby Shmurda's "Hot Nigga" music video going viral (it's almost at 4 million views) and the New York rapper signing a deal with Epic, we can expect plenty of rappers hopping on the Shmoney Dance bandwagon. 
  • Cover of Rich The Kid - Let Me See  Feat. Migos & Jose Guapo (Prod. By Zaytoven)
    Migos and Rich The Kid's Streets On Lock 3, released back on April 20th, was chock full of trunk bangers, high-profile guest verses and quotable hooks. The foursome are now prepping the follow-up, giving us the first taste of the tape in the form of the RTK-less "Fake Watch Busta" yesterday.
  • Cover of Rich The Kid - Droppin A 100  Feat. Migos & Skippa Da Flippa
    Rich The Kid has a lot on his plate at the moment.
  • Cover of Rich The Kid - Austin Powers  Feat. Young Thug & Young Dolph (Prod. By Young Chop)
    After Rich The Kid's "Jumpin' Like Jordan" received a huge remix, the ATL artist decided to get the attention back on him and deliver some new music. Thanks to DJ Smallz, a new cut from Rich The Kid titled "Austin Powers" surfaced onto the net and it features Young Thug and Young Dolph.
  • Cover of Rich The Kid - I Don't Sell Molly No More (Remix)
    Rich The Kid opts to remix the slightly-less-popular (but still buzzing) ILoveMakonnen track "I Don't Sell Molly No More," which is refreshing if only for the amount of "Tuesday" remixes we've received lately. He did decide to drop it on a Tuesday though.
  • Cover of Rich The Kid - Rich Nigga Shit  Feat. K Camp
    Migos' frequent collaborator, Rich The Kid, who is also one of the artists repped on QC The Label (cop their Solid Foundation crew tape here), pops up today with Atlanta's buzzing K. Camp. Rich The Kid and K. Camp keep the Migos' Young Rich Niggas theme going with a track titled "Rich Nigga Shit."
  • Cover of Rich The Kid - Trap Still Jumpin  (Prod. By Metro Boomin & Murda)
    Migos and Rich The Kid's Streets On Lock series is still going strong after three releases to date, and a fourth is on its way. So far, we've gotten a few tracks each from Migos and RTK, and now the latter drops a new track that's co-produced by Metro Boomin and Murda.
  • Cover of Rich The Kid - Getting To The Money  (Prod. By K.E. On The Track)
    K.E. On The Track continues to make bangers, and his latest has Quality Control's Rich The Kid on it, "Getting To The Money."
  • Cover of Rich The Kid - Problems  Feat. Troy Ave (Prod. By Izze The Producer)
    Atlanta's Rich The Kid just dropped off Feels Good To Be Rich, his biggest mixtape to date, on August 14th, and already he's back with a new track. Izze The Producer comes through with the instrumental on "Problems," a song that also features NY spitter Troy Ave.
  • Cover of Rich The Kid - What You Talmbout
    Along with Migos and Bobby Shmurda appearing on the Shmigo Gang mixtape, we can also expect appearances from Rich The Kid, Rowdy Rebel and Migo Domingo.
  • Cover of Rich The Kid - Nervous  Feat. Curren$y
    Rich The Kid seems poised to be the next up from Migos-helmed label, Quality Control. Recently we saw the collective campaigning to have Rich listed among XXL's iconic list of Freshman for 2015, but the strongest argument to make is with music.
  • Cover of Rich The Kid - Touchdown
    Since Rich The Kid dropped his Streets On Lock 3 tape with Migos back on 4/20, the ATL spitter has been relatively quiet, but he's back with a new one entitled "Touchdown." Taken from MuzikFene and 3rdy Baby’s upcoming Trappin Was My Claim To Fame tape, the track is short and sweet.
  • Cover of Rich The Kid - STFU (Freestyle)
    Disappointingly, the vast majority of hip-hop "remixes" these days consist of rappers dropping bars over already-existing instrumentals. No matter how many people hopped on Bobby Shmurda's "Hot Nigga," no MCs or producers even tweaked Jahlil's beat a bit.
  • Cover of Rich The Kid - Clientele  Feat. Chinx
    Atlanta’s young and rising talent, Rich The Kid, has decided to link up with Coke Boys member Chinx for his latest offering "Clientele”. It is produced by Mercy, and will presumably live off Rich The Kid’s upcoming project Feels Good 2 Be Rich, which is dropping soon.
  • Cover of Rich The Kid - Why Would You Not
    Atlanta is a very collaborative place, and Rich The Kid has definitely done his share of work with the many artists from the region, particularly Migos.
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