After dropping multiple anthems for the Hip-Hop culture, Rich Homie Quan is back with another fire-flaming track. The record “Get TF Out My Face” is one of various speaker-knocking tracks off his “I Promise I Will Never Stop Going In” mixtape that was realized in the fourth quarter of 2013.
With this track’s growth in popularity, Rich Homie decided to heat up the summer, by presenting a new visual for the Hip-Hop community. In this video, you will see Rich Homie Quan teaming up in the turn up, with the new kid on the block Young Thug. This is another anthem that will soon be quoted – as if it’s not already- all over the U.S.
Take a look at the new visual of Rich Homie Quan and Young Thug. Once you hear it, it will only be properly respected if you turn up. Take a look at the video and let us know what you think.
The 2014 XXL Freshman Class.
Chicago leads all cities with four representas: Chance, Vic Mensa, Lil Durk, and Lil Bibby. Other rappers taking their expected places are TDE’s Isaiah Rashad, Kevin Gates, and Rich Homie Quan. Filling it out is Ty Dolla $ign, August Alsina, Troy Ave, Jarren Benton, and Jon Connor. “*Yeah we’ve got R&B this year”, says XXL.
Congrats to all involved — it’s certainly a great look like in year’s past. But does the spot on the cover really carry that much weight? My answer is: No, at least not as much as it used to. Music blogs (like you’re favorite one here :D) has put many of these artists on your radar for more than a year, so the definition of “freshman” becomes as skewed as ever. You get artists on here like, most obviously, Chance who fans were all up in arms about for his 2013 snub because of everything he’s accomplished for the 2-3 years prior. I guess I just wish there were harder prerequisites that define a “freshman”. It’s just subjective at the end of the day, after all. Again though, it is a great look as you’ll see on your Twitters that everyone is talking about it this evening. Weigh in there with your thoughts! @gowherehiphop
You should have seen this coming… YG gathers Wayne, Rich Homie Quan, Meek Mill, and Nicki Minaj for the moving visuals to the “My N****” remix.The DJ Mustard-produced mega collab gets a black and white visual of simply the rappers showing some face time.
In bonus DJ Mustard reading, check out Grantland’s Steven Hyden breaking down the DJ Mustard sound as one of the rising sounds of pop right now. Good read.
Future joins Young Thug & Rich Homie Quan’s “Out My Face” for this all-new version. Produced by FKi.
The official remix. YG and DJ Mustard really scored big with this one, huh?
Nicki was the most interesting to me on this one — she kept it street, as you’d imagine for this one, and put down a clever CP3 punchline that I liked.
Quite the collab for Caviar Music from Cap 1 as he links with hometown producer Young Chop and then 2 Chainz & Rich Homie Quan as features. If you like Chainz, you’ll like the beginning of this. Radio rip for now.
Cap 1’s mixtape trailer for Caviar Music featured an old rap session with none other than Kanye West from 1998. Some raw rhymes indeed. Plus, for once Kanye and I have the same t-shirt! Def have a Champion logo tee from back in the day too.