Back in October Rich Homie Quan dropped the video for “Blah Blah Blah,” a track that first appeared on his breakout mixtape from 2013, I Promise I Will Never Stop Going In. The video finds Quan flexin’ alongside Young Thug and Birdman. Now Quan is unleashing the feature heavy remix with Fabolous, DeJ Loaf and Ty Dolla $ign. Peep the official “Blah Blah Blah” remix after the jump.
When Travi$ Scott dropped his Days Before Rodeo project back in August he shared the visuals for its single “Don’t Play” featuring Big Sean. However, while the track was well received fans were hip to the fact that it was actually the Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan featured cut “Mamacita” that was the standout track on the project. And now Travi$ has heard you loud and clear making it the project’s second official single as he also shares the visuals for it. Check out the video for Travi$ Scott’s “Mamacita” featuring Richie Homie Quan and Young Thug after the jump.
Kool John and Rich Homie Quan join West Coast’s IAMSU! for “On Me”, which arrives a week removed from SU!’s “I Love My Squad” music video. Listen to the track featuring the three rappers after the jump.
Just in time for Halloween season the New Atlanta super duo of Rich Homie Quan and Young Thug drop “Chainsaw Massacre”. “Chainsaw Massacre” comes right off the heels of Quan and Thugger’s contribution on the stellar Rich Gang: The Tour, Part 1 mixtape. Listen to “Chainsaw Massacre” after the jump.
The 2014 BET Hip Hop Awards have wrapped up and though we’re sure you’d rather be watching the cyphers the live performances aren’t that bad. And this year BET brought out the big guns of the modern era, including Bobby Shmurda, Young Thug, Rich Homie Quan, and Migos. Perhaps the biggest takeaway during this was that the young stalwart from the ghettos of East NY, Brooklyn Bobby Shmurda closed the event with his hit single “Hot N***a”, an incredible feat for someone who literally blew up over the summertime. Check out the live videos after the jump.
Sadly this song could not come at a more unfortunate time for Waka Flocka Flame seeing as he was recently arrested for attempting to board an airplane with a loaded handgun. Waka’s lifestyle choice cost him and as a result he’s sitting in a county jail. But that hasn’t stopped Waka or his management from dropping a new Flock remix of Rich Gang’s hugely successful smash “Lifestyle”. Listen after the jump.
Rich Homie Quan drops the video for “Blah Blah Blah”, a track that first appeared on his breakout mixtape from 2013, I Promise I Will Never Stop Going In. The video finds Quan flexin’ alongside Young Thug and Birdman. Check out the video after the jump.
They’ve done did a lot of sh*t just to live this here lifestyle. Birdman’s Rich Gang returns today with The Tour Part 1 featuring young Atlanta stalwarts, Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan. The mixtape comes neatly wrapped with twenty total tracks and is currently available for stream/download. Check it out after the jump.
Young Thug to the rescue! It’s safe to say if you’re in desperate need for a dope hook or unique verse to set your song over the top then Thugger is your go-to guy. And on DJ Drama’s “Right Back” that very notion rings true, as Thugger Thugger handles hook duties, chorus duties, and has the most memorable verse amongst Young Jeezy and Rich Homie Quan. The Young Thug stimulus package is too strong. Listen after the jump for proof.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock somewhere you’ve probably heard the name Metro Boomin by now. The “New Atlanta” producer is on everybody’s list of hot producers to work with and in a short amount of time he’s already amassed quite an impressive resume. Crazy thing is, the producer is only 21-years-old! And to celebrate his 21st birthday, Metro has shared a music video of a new song featuring Rich Homie Quan. Check out “Too Short” after the jump.
Rich Gang just blessed y’all. They are the only more interesting southern trap blues outfit than Migos. Luckily we have them both and can enjoy the various blends and style of dopeboy siren songs. Check them wailing on “Pull Up” after the jump.
The kick and the snap on this one makes it the ideal blend of ATL crunk and Bay Area bounce. This duo could put out an album of only these and we’d be cool. Rich Homie is a revivalist in this unique way, finding a groove where his melodies fit and sticking to it. Check the fraternity stepper inspired video after the jump.