Rich the Kid is a modern day version of Tony Montana on the cover of his debut album, The World is Yours.
With the success of "New Freezer," featuring Kendrick Lamar, the Queens-bred rapper throws on a cocaine white suit and a silk button-up as he preps a March 30th release for The World Is Yours (via Interscope Records).
Other than Kendrick, guest appearances include Chris Brown ("Drippin"), Lil Wayne ("End of Discussion"), Swae Lee ("Gargoyle"), Khalid ("Too Gone"), Bryson Tiller ("Small Things"), and Rick Ross ("Made It").
Other than the announcement of his new LP, Rich the Kid turned heads this week when he called out Lil Uzi Vert. The reasoning behind the rift? Last month, Uzi took to Twitter and fired a tweet aimed at DJ Drama, tweeting, "And if y'all do sign...sign 2 a major Don't sign 2 a rapper or a DJ...It's Just Easier When The Time Come For That Fake Shit." To which Rich replied, "That's why you SHOULDA signed Rich forever." Uzi then answered, "Boy I'm not signing for 20 racks." This week, the "Plug Walk" rapper reposted a photo of Uzi Vert and captioned it, "Aw look at my son [Lil Uzi Vert] tryna look just like me."
Beyond the possible rift, Rich the Kid's The World Is Yours is due March 30.
Boy I’m not signing for 20racks https://t.co/FNf4JfmpM2— Uzi London ☄️ ® (@LILUZIVERT) January 12, 2018