After striking a deal with Motown/Capitol records and promising an album in the spring of 2018, The Atlanta rapper continues to brush aside talks of his falling off with a visual for his new braggadocios record “Changed.”
Opening the track off with a brash disclaimer, “If you ever thought I was going broke, you thought wrong. If you ever thought I was falling off, f**k you,” Quan then proceeds to do just about everything one might do when in the possession of a lot of money.
Rich Homie rides a helicopter, dresses in the finest of silks, rocks dazzling jewelry, and hits a mean cannonball into the water off an expensive-looking boat.
The crooner hits the hook with a swerving melody, singing about all the riches and successes he’s encountered. “Don’t let that money fool ya, boy, ain’t shit changed/ We in Miami on Biscayne/ Forty-thousand for the big face/ And they want another fifty-thousand just to bust it down,” he sings.
Rich Homie Quan’s upcoming album Rich As In Spirit does not yet have a release date.
Check out the visual for “Changed” below