Rich Homie Quan recently stopped by Shade 45 to keep Sway Calloway and Heather B up-to-date with all the moves he’s been making the game as of late. Quan opens up about his forthcoming collaborative mixtape with DJ Drama, That’s Rite 2: Feed The Streets, and clarifies that he’s an independent artist despite reports that he signed with Def Jam. However, Rich Homie Quan made it clear that at some point in his career he does hope to sign on the dotted line in order to reach a wider audience. The rapper also bragged about his continued success which has helped in justifying the rise in his prices for features and live performances. Take a look as Quan reveals that he plans to no longer release free mixtapes, speaks on his working relationship with 2 Chainz and weighs in on Trinidad James’ controversial Atlanta-New York comments.