Rich The Kid is a trendy rap artist that’s associated with the Atlanta trap movement. Not too long ago, he released a music video for “Dead Friends”, a single from his “The World Is Yours” album.
Rich The Kid – “Dead Friends”
“You lil’ ni^^as, man (you lil’ ni^^as is little). Know what I’m sayin’? Big bosses big, big boss, CEO sh*t. You know what I’m sayin’? Take yo hoe and some more sh*t, you dig? Pour a four, sh*t. Mustard on the beat, ho. You little ni^^as (little ni^^as) My check bigger (check bigger). Can’t flex, ni^^a (flex). Can’t bet witcha (huh). Teach you how to be a boss (boss), top dropped off (skrrt). Motherf**k the fame, I done came to the vault (for what).” – lyrics
On “Dead Friends”, Rich The Kid takes a few jabs at Lil Uzi Vert for Vert’s claim that he wouldn’t sign to Rich’s label because they sign artists for $20,000. That comment didn’t sit too well with Rich, who responded via social media.
Uzi added wood to the fire by posting an Instagram post of him wearing green hair while holding a humongous crab. Again, Rich The Kid responded before finally releasing his “Dead Friends” single.
Rich The Kid – “The World Is Yours” album
“Pull up with the drama better be movin’ proper. Better use a yoppa. We ain’t playin’ fair, you a teddy bear. My wrist too cold with Moncler. Talkin’ the trap but you not there.”