Robb Bank$ breaks down the bars on his single "Ride Wit Me" ft. Chief Keef.
Robb Bank$ had the underground buzzing for a few years at this point but 2018 is definitely going to be the year he puts a bigger mark on the rap game. He closed out 2017 with his EP, 2:Pillz and in March, he dropped off his latest project Molly World. His latest project hails features Birdman, Famous Dex, Zoey Dollaz and more. One feature in particular that stood out was Chief Keef's on the project's lead single, "Ride Wit Me." We recently caught up with Robb Bank$ where he broke down the song's creation.
Robb Bank$ came through for the latest episode of "Between The Lines" to break down the bars on his single "Ride Wit Me." The rapper's recorded the song at Birdman's Miami studio and he and Chief Keef had the song made six months ahead of its release. However, when Chief Keef sent his verse through, Bank$ wanted to re-work his because he didn't feel like it was up to pat with what Sosa did on the track.
"I go back into the studio with Nuri... Nuri sent me this beat. I'm like, 'damn, this beat hard.' So I end up just recording that song, 'Ride Wit Me.'" he said, "I'm like, 'hold on. Sosa would sound good on this bitch.'"
Before he even sent the track to Chief Keef, he got his engineer to bring in Keef's original stems into the session and it ended up working incredibly.
During the rest of the breakdown, he also explains that the song was initially meant for his debut album, Falconia which he revealed that he plans to include 43 tracks on.
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