Yella Beezy Teams Up With Pharrell On “Rich MF”

Yella Beezy follows-up his Quavo and Gucci Mane-assisted single, “Bacc At It Again” with a summer-ready anthem.

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Yella Beezy's spent the past few years grinding his way up in the rap game. With the release of Ain't Goin Back in 2018, the rapper's buzz increased. Now, he's plotting on taking over the summer. He released his single, "Bacc At It" with Quavo and Gucci Mane which will presumably be included on his forthcoming album that's due out this summer. However, it appears as though Quavo and Gucci Mane aren't the only major artist set to feature on the project.

Beezy teamed up with Pharrell for a summertime anthem titled, "Rich MF." The rapper delivers a bouncy joint with Pharrell's vocals heard all over the hook. This is definitely a track that has the potential to make some serious waves in the coming weeks. 

Beezy premiered the song earlier today on Ebro's Beats1 show where he revealed that he and Pharrell made four songs together with at least two of those tracks making the final cut of his forthcoming album.

Quotable Lyrics
Steppin' in designer kicks, shit
I don't want you unless you a rich bitch
Young n***a shinin' my wrist, gliss
Gliss, watch don't tick tick

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