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Watch Rich Homie Quan’s “Heart Cold” Music Video

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Rich Homie Quan has been dropping a new song and visual for the past couple of weeks now and he continues with that trend again today. With his upcoming Back to the Basics expected to release next week, the Atlanta rapper is back on his grind. On the same day his single “Heart Cold” debuts, Rich Homie also premieres an accompanying music video for the Izze The Producer laced song.
The music video, directed by Marc Diamond, finds the ATLien boo’d up with his shorty and riding around the city, while he raps about the pains in this life.
Back to the Basics is due out Friday, April 14th.
You can purchase “Heart Cold” now through your favorite platform, so head here to show some love.

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Listen To Rich Homie Quan’s Latest Single “Heart Cold”

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Continuing to unload music for the masses before the release of his forthcoming album, Rich Homie Quan is still going in. For his latest single, Quan teams up with Izze The Producer for “Heart Cold.”
Quan’s new LP, Back to the Basics, is set to arrive April 14th. For now, you can purchase “Heart Cold” now via your preferred outlet, so head here to show some love.

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Rich Homie Quan’s Unveils “Da Streetz” Music Video

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Rich Homie Quan gets autobiographical on his new Zaytoven-produced banger, “Da Streetz.” While the video depicts his life in and out of prison, the Atlanta rapper uses the song to rhyme about his annual lessons.
“I ain’t know nothing ’bout no drank until the age of 13,” he sings on the hook. “I ain’t know nothing ’bout no money ’til the age of 14 / I ain’t know nothing ’bout no condom ’til the age of 15 / And I ain’t never go to class as a teen / I ain’t dumb, but I ain’t know nothin’ but the streets.”
The Marc Diamond-directed visual also finds Quan sitting on steps, reflecting on his coming of age. “17 was the worst,” he rhymes. “Felt like I ain’t had no purpose / At 18, was workin’ / At 18, was lurkin’ / At 18, I graduated / A lotta lames in my class, I know they mad I made it.”
Somber in a cell, wearing an orange jumpsuit, Rich Homie explains how he managed to turn his life around before receiving some major news. “Age 21, I spent locked up,” he raps. “22, came home, told myself, ‘No more gettin’ back locked up’ / Came home focused / New mind frame, knew nothing could stop us / By 23, my baby momma, she was knocked up.”
RHQ continues, explaining his success at 24 and 25, and details the success of YG’s “My Ni**a.” “I received me a plaque,” he brags of his featured appearance, before boasting about the millions he earned at 25. But despite this success, the video takes a tragic turn with gun shots during a home invasion robbery. Then, Quan is shown back in Fulton County, locked behind bars.

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Rich Homie Quan Signs To Motown Records/Capitol Music Group; New Music Coming This Spring

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Rich Homie Quan has officially signed with Motown Records/Capitol Muisc Group, it was announced by label President Ethiopia Habtemariam. Quan is currently in the studio recording his first new music under the agreement, which will be released this spring.

Rich Homie Quan spoke on the new deal saying, “First and foremost I would like to Thank God for this amazing opportunity. I’m excited to be a part of a building that has such great history in music. I look forward to this new chapter in my life and giving my fans the best I have to offer.”

According to Habtemariam, “I am excited that Rich Homie Quan is joining our next generation of artists here at Motown. He is an amazingly talented rapper, writer and performer, and I’m grateful to be partnering with him as he enters the next chapter of his career and continues his evolution as an artist.”

Motown Senior Vice President of A&R Ezekiel “Zeke” Lewis, who was instrumental in bringing Quan to the label, said, “”I am thrilled that Quan and his team decided to partner with us for the next phase of his promising career. We look forward to great success and helping him bring his complete vision to fruition. I want to thank Steve, Ashley and Ethiopia for their support and trusting me to get it done. Now if I could figure out how to get him to hand over one of his iced-out Patek Philippes, I’d really be winning.”

Capitol Chairman & CEO Steve Barnett commented, “Quan is an extremely talented artist who creates hard-hitting and insightful music that reflects his life experiences and connects deeply with his audience. His authenticity, combined with an enormous amount of hard work and vision, has brought him a long way over the past several years and we’re all excited to help him reach the next level and beyond.”