• Ley Cola


Rich The Kid

For Rich the Kid’s new single “Nasty,” he is supported by hip-hop’s baddest new comers, Mulatto, Rubi Rose and Flo Milli. Each of the featured artists are fresh off a breakout 2020. Mulatto was named to XXL’s 2020 Freshman class, Rubi Rose was just named a “Rapper To Watch in 2021” by Complex, and Flo Milli was praised by everyone from The New York Times to Rolling Stone following the breakout success of her debut mixtape Ho, Why Is You Here?. The extra X-rated posse cut features bawdy bars over production from Budda Beats. Listen to “Nasty” here.

Earlier this week, Rich the Kid released the video for his single “Split.” The Rich Porter-directed video for "Split" was filmed during a trip to the Bahamas earlier this month. Watch the “Split” music video here.

2020 was another landmark year for multi-platinum recording artist Rich the Kid, who has continued making headlines and flooding fans with new music. Following the release of his star-studded third studio album, Boss Man, which included features from Lil Baby, Post Malone, Future, Nicki Minaj and more, Rich announced that he is now an independent artist who owns his masters. For the first release on his newly independent label, Rich Forever Music, he connected with Baton Rouge superstar, YoungBoy Never Broke Again, for their 15-track joint album, Nobody Safe. The album featured Lil Wayne, Rod Wave and Quando Rondo, and was praised by fans and critics alike with BETsaying, “The combination of these two is like liquid gold. Their chemistry only amplifies the prolific power each man exemplified in their lyrics and delivery and clearly the fans are loving it.” Rich also spent much of 2020 adding his hitmaking touch to a long list of collaborations, delivering verses on albums for Lil Wayne, Trippie Redd, Drakeo The Ruler, to name a few. Rich capped off 2020 with the release of new singles, “Right” and “So Heartless,” which set the stage for what is set to be another productive year. Earlier this month, Rich announced the signing of a new artist, Mississippi’s own SipTee, to Rich Forever Music, and with more big news and new music on the horizon, the new year is set to be another defining year for the label.

Rich The Kid

More of Rich the Kid on





Follow Us
  • YouTube
  • Instagram
  • Twitter Basic Square