Currently, many fans are rejoicing because of Rich Homie Quan’s proverbial return to the forefront, beginning with last month’s “Daily Bread.” This week, the Atlanta emcee keeps the ball rolling with his latest single “To Be Worried,” a Haze, Zuus, and Leor Shevah-produced effort that lets listeners know what Rich Homie really cares about — and it’s certainly not any competitor:

“I can’t sell out for no money ‘cause I got ambition, bro been ready to catch a body, shit, his hand itchin’, I ain’t dropped in a lil minute, shit, my fans miss me, 40 thousand in both ears you know I can’t listen, and I like to stand on lil mama I’m ‘bout to stand in it, started from the bottom then I transitioned…”

The accompanying clip for “To Be Worried” comes courtesy of The Wizard and begins with footage of Rich Homie enjoying a day at a diner — only for a Bonnie and Clyde couple to enter and rob the establishment of stacks of money. Later, said couple are in a bedroom counting their new spoils when the women suddenly sticks her counterpart up and gets away with the earnings. Leaving the residence, she’s then seen joining Rich Home in his drop top whip for a twist ending.

It’s been three years since Rich Homie Quan liberated his debut studio LP Rich As In Spirit, a 19-track offering with a single assist from Rick Ross. Since then, he’s released his Coma EP, as well as mostly-collaborative loose singles like “With Me” with Shawn Ham, “Clusters” with Nard, and “Celebrate” with DaBaby. It’s hopeful that these newer cuts are part of a larger campaign towards a new full-length album or mixtape.

As we wait to find out, press play on Rich Homie Quan’s “To Be Worries” video.