Slowly but surely, Rich The Kid is checking off his TDE bucket-list. Not long after linking with Kendrick Lamar for “New Freezer,” Rich has officially linked up with the squad’s OG, Jay Rock, who recently dropped off his acclaimed Redemption project. Now, on the heels of a Los Angeles centric “Rotation 112th” video, in which camera rotations are appropriately frequent, Rock has shared a new Rich The Kid assisted remix.
Though the song remains released in select international markets for now, it’s good to know that Jay Rock intends on giving Redemption as much longevity as he can. Clearly, Rich The Kid remains in TDE’s good books, and it wouldn’t be surprising to see him pop up on one of the four reported TDE albums due in 2018. For now, Jay Rock’s Redemption remains a contender for AOTY in many circles, with loyal fans calling the project his best one yet. Stay tuned for more from both parties.
Lyrics Extract 112th street, Deuce Line, tell a friend Parking lots, dope spots, hard rock, I’ma get Duke it out and shoot it out, fvck a opp, who was him? Pack him out, I stall him out, we need to find out where he live GTA’s, 211s, double dutchin’, Mack-11s Section 8, welfare, EBTs on the dresser