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Follow The Beat On Twitter: Sign Up For Our Newsletter! Rich Homie Quan multiplies in his new music video. Taken from his recent LP, Rich As In Spirit, various clones of the rapper are spread out at various places including a church, the stash house and catching the bus. Catch him if you can.
Follow The Beat On Twitter: Gucci Mane has been on a baller spree every since he left the casino recently cashing out with a $200,000 profit. He offers Rich Homie Quan and Young Thousand a million dollar tease to hit the studio and cook up 12 tracks, from scratch (via Polar bear studios). Press play […]
Follow The Beat On Twitter: Dequantes Devontay Lamar aka “Rich Homie Quan ” Gases up the jet ski’s and brings out the yacht and the old vocalist Quan. Bringing back the catchy bar for bar lingo. Rick James even got some recognition. Press play and peep the new visuals that Rich Homie and his label […]
Follow The Beat On Twitter: Rich Homie Quan stopped by 97.9 The Beat to talk with Veda Loca about issues with his former label T.I.G., his weed case the blogs blew out of proportion, his debut album “Rich As In Spirit,” and more. Listen to the audio above. Sign Up For Our Newsletter!
I’m a Rich Homie and I always have been. I don’t know about this joint and that’s just my opinion. It has meaning and a message but I think maybe it’s the beat that dose not keep my attention. Overall I like but I don’t love it. #Wekruzin NEW and NOW | @KoolGMiMs “Been G” […]
Oh Rich Homie Quan! After not knowing the lyrics to “Get Money” during his performance at the VH1 Hip Hop Honors twitter dragged him through dirt. The #RichHomieQuanKaroke and #BiggieRhymesMatter came about a couple days after. Rich Homie Quan issued an apology to Biggie fans in a Instagram post but that apology meant nothing because […]
A synthetic marijuana drug known a K2 landed 33 people in the hospital in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.
Lil Kim asked the Atlanta rapper to perform Junior M.A.F.I.A's "Get Money" anthem.