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Rich The Kid and Tropico bring out the “G Wagon” in new visual

The Atlanta star connects with his Rich Forever-signed artist for his latest.

Rich The Kid
Rich The Kid
Eric Johnson

It’s been some months since Rich The Kid unveiled his third studio album Boss Man, which saw 20 tracks from the Atlanta-based rapper and features from Lil Baby, YoungBoy Never Broke Again, Post Malone, Nicki Minaj, DaBaby, Future, and more. Now, fans get to check out a new visual from Rich The Kid for “G Wagon,” which features his Rich Forever artist Tropico and sees the two delivered bars about their wealth, women, and more:

“Catchin’ neck in the Rolls Royce, in your ocean, I’m in with the moist, moist, I don’t even know her name, no, keepin’ secrets that’s a choice, choice, real commas on the jeans, jeans, bad bitch in Céline, ‘line, they only call me when they need me, I’ve been livin’ out the dream, dream/

No we don’t argue with opps, we spinnin’ that block and we takin’ that shot, they tryna throw me in that box, plenty b***hes in the penthouse, on the thirtieth floor, Dior bag for my main, she stay askin’ for more.../”

As expected by the song’s title, the two rappers can be seen in the iconic Mercedes truck, as well as a Rolls Royce SUV. In typical fashion, Rich The Kid and his collaborator are decked out in the finest threads and plenty of jewelry, living up to his name with ease.

In addition to his latest release, Rich The Kid has also been working with YoungBoy Never Broke Again on their collaborative effort Nobody Safe, which will presumably see the previously released cuts like “Can’t Let The World In,” “She Bad,” “Smoke Zone,” and the Rod Wave-assisted “My Brother.” In a recent interview with Billboard, Rich The Kid spoke on his chemistry with YoungBoy:

“You know, it’s just a vibe. When we get in there, it’s just we feed off each other and go right in.”

Press play on “G Wagon” below.

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