Atlanta bred rapper slash 10/17 signee Hoodrich Pablo Juan recently dropped off his first project of the year, the mixtape Rich Hood. You can check that out courtesy of the link below, and while you're looking for a highlight track, you might want to start with the Lil Yachty assited "Street Punk." Over a oddly playful arpeggio from OG Parker, both rappers take aim at their haters, contrasting their lavish lifestyles with that of the less-desirable street punk. It's pure braggadocio, but with the combined charisma of Hoodrich and Lil Boat, it's made all the more entertaining.
For those who felt Lil Yachty had lost a step after the melodically inclined Teenage Emotions, all signs point to the king of the youth heading back in a more focused direction. With his upcoming Lil Boat 2 in the pipeline, Yachty has been more focused on the bars lately, spitting lines like "all of my diamonds they VVS, all of your diamonds look dusty." Check out the track now, and if you're feeling it, be sure to catch Rich Hood.
You know I'm too rich for that bullshit
These n***s beef on the internet
Talkin' 'bout racks, we be spending that
Juuged for it, need to go get your money back