The chemistry between Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan held a strong connection through 2014. Arguably, nothing signaled more strength than their link-up on the Birdman-asissted hit, “Lifestyle.” In 2014, they solidified themselves as a true duo. Adding to their impressive repertoire being that both artists were both popular on their own endeavors, being in Rich Gang was a mere flavor enhancer. The Tour: Part 1 felt as if they dished off a free album, unleashing superb production by London On Da Track, as well as other producers. With songs like “Hate I” and “730” going crazy, it’s hard not to rock with these fellas when they’re doing their thing on the mic.
Rich Homie Quan made the decision to leave the group Rich Gang, deciding to focus more on his solo endeavors. As we wrap up 2015, Rich Homie’s “Flex (Ooh, Ooh, Ooh)” became a hit, also including his signature dance to go along with it. Young Thug’s music archives includes too many hits to recount, so we’ll just say he had a ton of hits that stuck for a while.
Rich Homie Quan took to his IG account to show off a picture of himself laying down on the Cash Money Records logo. His caption read: “@birdman5star let’s turn up RICH GANG PART ✌?️ on the way.” A part two to that project would be dope to get a listen to. Stay tuned for more news around the Rich Gang situation.
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