Just a few days ago, we got a brand new track from Rich Homie Quan in the form of the "Walk Thru" video, which also featured Problem, and now he's returned with another. "No Alibi" features fellow ATLien PeeWee Longway and is slightly less soulful, but a good deal more turnt, than the track that precedes it.
Rich Homie Quan and Young Thug announced a joint mixtape earlier this year, but we haven't heard about it in a minute. Meanwhile, the duo took the reins on the first single from the upcoming Rich Gang album, which Birdman recently revealed would contain plenty of tracks from the two warblers.
Last month we were given "New Atlanta", a re-vamped version of Ludacris and Jermaine Dupri's immortal "Welcome To Atlanta", with some of the most exciting new artists from the scene (Young Thug, Rich Homie Quan, and Migos) taking the reigns.
In the wake of the release of Drake's "0 To 100," we've seen Guordan Banks, Meek Mill, Vado, Joell Ortiz, Lil Mouse, Skeme, G-Unit and Ransom all try their hands at rapping over the song's indelible Boi-1da beat.
Outside of his recent XXL features (the group cypher & freestyle), Rich Homie Quan has been relatively quiet lately, partially due to being hospitalized last month. But tonight, we find a new Rich Homie Quan song, titled “Three Words”, surface its way onto the internet.
We know Birdman co-signs Young Thug, the YMCMB boss and Rich Gang leader appeared in Thugga's photo shoot for Complex (that was basically the only way the photo shoot would get done), and then told the magazine that he thinks Thug has the same potential Drake and Lil Wayne did.
Gucci Mane got some very bad or pretty good news last week, depending how you look at it. While it was first reported that the Brick Squad rapper could serve up to 20 years for his most recent gun charges, Guwop is likely to do only 39 months.
Mariah Carey announced her plans for her new album recently, revealing it's set to be called Me. I Am Mariah...The Elusive Chanteuse. She's also let got the tracklist for the album, and it's rap-heavy with features from Nas, Fabolous, Wale and Rich Homie Quan. Plus, R. Kelly, Miguel and Mary J. Blige.
Prior to releasing their tape Da New Kool today, Fat Trel's Slutty Boyz hadn't really collaborated with any big artists outside of their hometown, Washington, D.C. That all changed today, as their tape had a number of big guest appearances, including Wale and Rich Homie Quan on the song "Dinner."
DJ Spinatik has been assembling crew tracks for his upcoming Came From Nothin' EP, most recently dropping "Keeper" with Young Scooter, Rich The Kid and Yung Dred, and "Came From Nothin" with Gunplay, Kevin Gates, and Verse Simmonds.
Rich Homie Quan had a low-key beef with Future, although he denied ever dissing his fellow ATLien who also favors auto-tune, it did appear that way on "A Nigga." Interestingly enough, this previously unreleased diss record towards Johnny Cinco has a similar title, "Fuck Nigga."
Yesterday Migos dropped their No Label II mixtape after a slight delay. The 25-track offering has a few features, including the Meek Mill-featured "Migo Dream" we featured yesterday, as well as this cut with Rich Homie Quan, "YRH."