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.
It definitely went down in New York as Yo Gotti took the stage at B.B. Kings to celebrate the release of his new album, I Am. Fans who pilled into the venue for the special event were treated to an exciting show as Gotti decided to bring out Young Jeezy, Meek Mill, Wale, Ne-Yo, Rich Homie Quan, Maino and more. Take a look as cameras from RealTalkNY were rolling and captured it all as it went down.
DJ Vlad catches up with Rich Homie Quan following Trinidad James’ controversial comments made in Brooklyn. The down South rapper weighs in on the situation after watching the onstage footage and explains he believes the media is blowing things out of proportion. Quan also wisely works his way around Vlad’s questioning and doesn’t side or disagree with Trinidad James. In fact, the rapper explains to the camera he simply stays in his own lane and believes it’s not his place to comment on New York radio or Atlanta running anything.
The Goochster might be locked up behind bars but that’s not stopping his music from circulating throughout the streets. In fact, Gucci Mane recently teamed up with rising star Rich Homie Quan for a new 17-song collaborative project titled Trust God Fuck 12. Take a listen to the latest leak off the project called “Celebrity” which serves as the opening song on Gucci’s latest offering. This is definitely one for the streets and club scene as the young producer Metro Boomin does the honors on the song’s production.
Rich Homie Quan apparently feels some time of way about the undisputed auto-tune champ Future. The track finds Quan venting some of his frustrations about his style and delivery being compared to rapper-singer Future over a menacing instrumental courtesy of Dun Deal. Take a listen as Quan declares himself the future of music and admits he’s never even met Future at this point in career. This doesn’t exactly come at the best time for the auto-tune champ as he currently finds himself sitting on the sidelines after making questionable comments aimed at YMCMB rapper Drake’s new album Nothing Was The Same to Billboard. If one things for sure it would appear that Future’s watermouth has gotten him into trouble with two artists now.
Revolt TV heads down to Atlanta for the A3C 2013. Take a look at some compiled footage from day one which consists of some different interviews from unsigned artists who attended this year along with bigger names like rapper Problem, Badd Lucc and Rich Homie Quan. The creative minds behind the growing music festival also lend some commentary to the camera as they stress the importance of the event and what it means to independent artists.
Newcomer Rich Homie Quan keeps the music coming with his official remix to his breakout single “Type Of Way” featuring MMG’s Meek Mill and CTE general Jeezy. Listen as the braggadocios rhymes and slick street talk reaches new levels over the bouncy instrumental. Meek also makes sure to send Lil Snupe some love over the microphone while Jeezy kicks things off on the track and reminds his naysayers it’s no love.
CTE’s latest addition to the squad, West Coast rapper YG, drops a new trailer for “My Nigga” which is featured on the recent in-house compilation Boss Yo Life Up Gang mixtape. The short clip flashes images of YG getting picked up by the police, being questioned, thrown behind bars, riding around in a lowrider and having drinks with the homies and smoking loud. From the looks of things, there may be some sort of cinematic concept behind this one with its underlining message revolving around friendship. Guess we’ll have to wait and see.
Jeeyz drops off a new track with “No Pressure” featuring Atlanta based artist Rich Homie Quan who contributes with a catchy hook. The CTE boss talks his shit and reminds listeners of his hustle and past accomplishments. Young Jeezy makes it clear he feels no pressure from the competition and showcases another standout track off his upcoming #BYLUG (Boss Your Life Up Gang) compilation project dropping on August 13.