At the moment, Rich The Kid is working steadily on the release of his next album, a project that is titled Life’s A Gamble, which will take place later this year. In the last few months, the Atlanta-based talent has delivered a number of fantastic singles that will appear on the upcoming album, namely “Where’s Dexter” by Jay Critch and Famous Dex, “Motion,” “No More Friends,” “Richard Mille Patek,” and “Boss B**ch,” “Prada” by Coi Leray.
On Friday, February 24th, the “Plug Walk” emcee added to what he already had going on with his latest track “Do You Love Me?” Produced by Mozz and Yoshi featuring Bronx’s own Lil Tjay as the featured artist, the track has one of the best verses to date from the rapper.
“Do You Love Me?” was also accompanied by an accompanying video made by Sebastian Beltran, as well. As you can see in the video, the two collaborators are able to relax and record music while they are in an unknown snow-filled location.
As it turns out, it’s been three years since Rich The Kid has released his last long-player, Boss Man, a highly anticipated 20-track record that features a slew of A-listers such as Future, Lil Baby, Nicki Minaj, Quavo, Post Malone, and more. As a result, Rich The Kid was chosen as a collaborator for the joint efforts Nobody Safe and Trust Fund Babies by Lil Wayne and YoungBoy Never Broke Again, respectively. As well as that, he also released a book of loose cuts and features in the form of his Lucky 7 EP, which included tracks like “Rocket Launcher” by Skillibeng, “Bussdown” by Headie One, and “Crypto” with Takeoff.