Rich Quick may be in a hurry to get his paper up, but that doesn’t mean he’s averse to a little rest and relaxation. On his latest promotional single, the Philly-based rhymesayer listens to a few Lullabiez in hopes of escaping the stresses of his daily grind. Though the record’s overall vibe is mellow and soothing, thanks to NeasterBoyTellEm‘s deft sampling of Yuna’s Lullabies, the rapper seems to find inner peace elusive. His delivery intensifies as he spits about disloyal friends, manipulative women and others who seem determined to add to his troubles. This joint isn’t attached to a larger project, but those craving more from Rich Quick are encouraged to check out his contribution to our exclusive freestyle series, The Foundation.
Written by richard on 01/23/14
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"Travelin' Man (STREECE Remix)" (2013)
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