/  07.30.2021


So far in 2021, Rich The Kid has blessed fans with a slew of singles. Following cuts like “Richard Millie Patek,” “Fly” with DJ Megan Ryte, “Rolling Stone” with Baegera, “Lose My Mind” with Tru Carr, and his most recently released Coi Leray-assisted “Boss Bitch,” he’s back with another offering. His latest single is the freshly released “Prada” track, which just made landfall today as his latest taste of his forthcoming project. On the song,

I been wakin’ up to racks, bitch (Bitch), quarter milli’, need a rack lift/ My lil’ n***a let the MAC rip, left a baby on her bottom lip (Lip)/ Most of these hoes get hit and get flipped, most of these n***as ain’t real, can’t trip/ Prada me bought a Prada fit, need money, like a lot of it, okay/

Walk through in Egypt for three-hundred (Three-hundred)/ Pull out her then I sleep on it (I sleep on it)/ Pulled out my dick and she eat on it (Eat on it)/ She a lil’ freak and she suckin’, no teeth on it

At the top of the year in January, Rich The Kid dropped off his Lucky 7 project. He provided fans with visuals from the project, including “Nasty” with Mulatto, Rubi Rose and Flo Milli, and “Money Machine” with SipTeeLucky 7 features production from longtime collaborators The Lab Cook, DJ Durel, Budda Beats, DJ Spins and more. The EP follows Rich The Kid’s third studio album BOSS MAN, which was released in 2020 and saw assists from the likes of Lil Baby, Future, DaBaby, Nicki Minaj, Post Malone, Lil Tjay, and Quavo over 20 tracks. Later that year, he would reunite with YoungBoy for the joint effort Nobody Safe, a 15-track offering with assists from Lil Wayne, Rod Wave, and Quando Rondo.

Be sure to press play on Rich The Kid’s newest single “Prada.”

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