Rich Homie Quan – Dark Shades

In a show of incredible musical stamina, Rich Homie Quan, releases the visuals for “Dark Shades,” a standout track off the Atlanta native’s latest project, Family & Mula, released via Venice Music. Directed by “Krazy” music video director Zac Facts, the video takes place in Quan’s walk-in closet where he tries on sunglasses, metaphorically conveying how he’s been able to block out the noise throughout his career.

Today, Quan also announces the release of Family & Mula Reloaded, out November 18. The extended project will include seven additional tracks that are as contemplative and melodic as the original tracklist.

Last month, the “Krazy” rapper dropped his highly anticipated and much-lauded project, Family & Mula. It debuted at #2 on Apple Music Hip Hop/Rap chart and has since amassed over 15M streams. Quan also released visuals for the reflective cut “Kno No More,” which saw him reunite with Marcell JB, who also directed “Risk Takers.” The video, shot locally, starts with Quan playing the first few bars of the track on the piano. Much of the video takes place in and outside Quan’s Atlanta home, mirroring the song’s theme, an intimate look into the mind of Rich Homie Quan. With the momentum in full swing, fans were gifted visuals for “Another One.” The fun and catchy hook, with the backdrop of a candy shop of sorts, celebrates abundance.

About Rich Homie Quan
Rich Homie Quan carries on Atlanta’s tradition of innovation. Since his emergence in 2011, he has consistently sharpened a signature style marked by off-kilter bars and a magnetic melodic croon. Along the way, he has picked up multiple gold and platinum certifications, tallied billions of streams, and proudly represented his hometown worldwide. 2012 saw him unleash the classic mixtape Still Goin’ In—now celebrating its tenth anniversary. A year later, he reupped the project with Still Goin’ In (Reloaded). It yielded his first gold-certified smash “Type of Way,” cracking the Top 50 of the Billboard Hot 100. Meanwhile, Rolling Stone hailed it among the “Best Mixtapes of 2013.” His catalog expanded with the gold-certified “Walk Thru” as well as collaborations, including Lil Dicky’s double-platinum “$ave Dat Money” [feat. Fetty Wap & Rich Homie Quan], Yo Gotti’s platinum-certified “I Know” [feat. Rich Homie Quan], and gold-certified “Ride Out” [with Kid Ink, Tyga, Wale, & YG] for the FURIOUS 7: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. He also turned up with the double-platinum “Flex (Ooh, Ooh, Ooh),” vaulting into the Top 30 of the Hot 100 and even gracing Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s “Ultimate Ball-Out Playlist” on Apple Music. His 2018 full-length debut, Rich As In Spirit, bowed in the Top 20 of the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums Chart. Pitchfork hailed the latter as “a triumph of willpower and talent, a detail-oriented collection with immaculate production that rightfully reestablishes his place in rap.” Taking the reins of his career as an independent creator and boss, he ignites another era with his 2022 project, Family & Mula, which arrived on his birthday October 4, 2022 under a newly minted joint venture with Venice.

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