Almost two years have passed since Rich The Kid released his last full-length LP, Boss Man, a 20-song body of work featuring Quavo, Lil Baby, Nicki Minaj, Future, Lil Tjay, Post Malone, and more. In addition to his collaborative projects with YoungBoy Never Broke Again and Lil Wayne, he was also involved with Trust Fund Babies and Nobody Safe. Additionally, he supplied the Lucky 7 EP as well as some loose cuts and featured appearances, including “Boss Bitch” with Coi Leray, “That’s All” with YoungBoy, “Bussdown” with Headie One, “Rocket Launcher,” “Prada” with Skillibeng, and “Crypto” with Takeoff.
RCA Records recently announced Rich The Kid would be partnering with them for the release of his new single “Motion” yesterday (Nov. 14). Additionally, fans can also take a look at a matching visual on DrewFilmedIt, which shows him catching vibes while exhibiting different facets of his wealthy lifestyle in a matching visual that is brought to you by DrewFilmedIt.
In the months prior to the release of “Motion,” Rich The Kid suffered the loss of Migos Takeoff, with whom the “Plug Walk” rapper had worked with on numerous occasions throughout the course of his successful career. A series of heartfelt messages and images were shared on Instagram by the College Park-based star in tribute to the Migos alum, in which she illustrated the following:
There was no one more important to me today than my brother. As for the rest of my life, everything I have, my twin, my best friend, I simply can’t believe it, I just can’t. I really admire the humility of this man. He used to share shoes and clothes with me before he made it, and we never had a problem sharing them! I miss you already, you did not deserve that kind of treatment! I miss you every single day!! I can’t stop crying. I’m so in love with you, bro, I’ll never be able to let go of you…
Throughout the comments section of that Instagram post, there were many comments from other Rich Forever heads who shared his raw emotions, showing just how crucial Takeoff was to the culture as a whole, as well as the Rich Forever head honcho.