The album has been delayed from it's intended July 13th release date.
Rich Forever 4, the upcoming collaborative project between Rich The Kid and his Rich Forever signee Jay Critch, has been delayed. While Rich had originally slated the release for July 13th, the album was nowhere to be found this Friday, and the rapper has since offered an explanation for the setback.
"Rich forever 4 is dropping very soon I’m making it perfect for y’all," he wrote on Twitter after fans asked for an update. "[T]his will Be a legendary album." In place of the album, Rich dropped two singles; the solo cut "Leave Me," as well as Jay Critch collaboration "Salty." It is unclear of both records are intended to appear on RF4.
Rich Forever 3 was released in June of 2017. The song "Did It Again" was later used in the opening of an episode of FX's Atlanta. Rich released his debut solo album The World Is Yours in March.
This weekend, Rich celebrated the purchase of a new car with an Instagram post in which he not only showed off the vehicle's disappearing roof, but also took the opportunity to promote his new single "Leave Me." Watch the clip below and look out for Rich Forever 4 in the not so distant future.