Rich the Kid returns with a new single, “Red,” from his forthcoming album Bossman. This will be Rich’s first album for his new label Republic Records; he left Interscope in December.
As usual, the rapper floats through bouncy bars backed by 808s, which have become part of his signature sound. Earlier this week, he unveiled the cover art for the album in an Instagram post: It shows the rapper sporting a dapper double-breasted suit, posing with baby goats next to a piano.
Bossman is the follow-up to Rich’s solo album The World is Yours 2, the second installment in his series The World is Yours. The album will include features from Lil Baby, Nicki Minaj, Future, DaBaby, and Post Malone. The tracks he’s already released — “That’s Tuff” feat. Quavo and “Money Talk” feat. YoungBoy Never Broke Again — have already racked up more than seven million views on YouTube.
Last year, Rich the Kid dropped Rich Forever 4, the fourth installment from his Rich Forever Music imprint, with label mates Famous Dex, 83 Babies, Yung Bino, Airi and Jay Critch.
Bossman is expected to arrive next Friday, March 13th.
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