He has yet to officially drop his debut album, but Rich The Kid has already secured features from Kendrick Lamar, Migos, Future, Chris Brown and Lil Wayne. The man has hustled his way to A-List status, and while the verdict is still out on his upcoming The World Is Yours, it stands to reason that the project will stand out as a first quarter highlight. With "New Freezer" and "Plug Walk" already setting things off on a high note, Rich continues his hot streak with an anticipated Lil Wayne collaboration. Enter "End Of Discussion," which finds both rappers going in over an atmospheric trap instrumental, produced by Power.
While Weezy isn't exactly coming forth with the sheer lyrical prowess evidenced on Dedication 6 highlights, it's still refreshing to see him back on track with another solid verse. Opting for a dexterous flow, Weezy rattles off references to Edward Scissorhands and Eddie Bauer, furthering his reputation as one of the game's most culturally savvy artists. Rich himself seems well matched with Weezy on this banger, despite coming from a different draft class altogether; that's not to say Rich isn't a capable artist in his own right, but Lil Wayne can outrap the bulk of his competition whilst half-asleep.
Stay tuned for The World Is Yours, which is set to drop tomorrow. In the mean time, stream "End Of Discussion" by whatever means you deem necessary.
I went from nothing to everything
I went from finer to better things
Colombiana and Mary Jane, stuffed the Eddie Bauer with Eddie Cane
Straight to the top, fuck the middle man
I cut him out, Edward Scissorhands
Everytime I pop thousand milligrams
Spin to the top like the ceiling fans