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Rich The Kid connects with YoungBoy Never Broke Again for “Racks On” visual

The flashy clip is taken from Rich The Kid’s latest album ‘Boss Man.’

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Rich The Kid
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Earlier this year, Rich The Kid liberated his third studio album Boss Man, which sees 20 new tracks from the Atlanta-based artist and additional features from Lil Baby, Quavo, DaBaby, Nicki Minaj, Post Malone, Future, and more. This week, he drops off a new visual from the project for “Racks On,” which sees assistance from YoungBoy Never Broke Again and finds the collaborators flexing their wealth over production from THATS NOT IT, DY Krazy, and Beat By Jeff:

“My cars exotic, racks can’t fit in my wallet, all this cash in my pocket, pull up on the plug, no socket/

That Lambo truck like a rocket, I can’t change up for that money, mama proud of me, I’m flexin’ up, I bought the Rolls, but it ain’t got a key/

And when my b***h start actin’ up, I buy her Louis V, went from the bottom to the top and it ain’t hard to see.../”

The accompanying visual comes courtesy of LouieKnows and sees Rich The Kid and YoungBoy showing off cars, money and jewelry in different locations. They can also be seen playing pool and video games, hanging out in a home studio, and more.

“Racks On” follows previous clips for “Far From You,” “Red,” “Easy,” and “No Loyalty.” Released back in March, Boss Man earned Rich The Kid and top 25 spot on the Billboard 200 thanks to 19,000 album equivalent units sold. Previously, the Rich Forever head honcho released his studio debut The World Is Yours and its sequel The World Is Yours 2 in 2018 and 2019, respectively.

During a recent interview with Hot 97, Rich The Kid spoke on how what he’s been during the quarantine, which isn’t all that surprising:

“Just getting drunk, partying...having good sex. You know, regular stuff.”

Press play on “Racks On” below.

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