RTK’s long-anticipated sophomore album is almost here.
It’s been almost one-year (March 30, 2018) since Rich The Kid released his debut album, The World Is Yours. Home to cuts like the Kendrick Lamar-assisted “New Freezer” to the dance challenge-inspiring “Plug Walk,” RTK’s first studio LP, one that followed his voluminous mixtape catalogue, received positive reviews, and is about to receive the long-discussed successor.
The first mainstream artist to use Spotify’s new Canvas tool, where artists can replace static images with GIF-like looped videos, Rich The Kid used the new feature to reveal that The World Is Yours 2 will drop on March 22nd. Originally announced on September 25, 2018 when he tweeted “finished the album of the century,” The World Is Yours 2 has been subjected to several delays, but it seems like the Interscope artist is finally ready to make good on his sophomore release.
Joining the album’s lead “Splashin’” single will be an eclectic range of guest artists, like Jay Critch, Young Thug, Migos (whose three artists will be featured across three different songs), SZA, Nav, and more. The World Is Yours 2 will be a 17-track effort.
Stay tuned for more details regarding this release, and be on the lookout for The World Is Yours 2 dropping on March 22nd.