Billboard-charting rapper Rich Homie Quan dropped the official video for his new single, “Krazy,” which exclusively premiered on REVOLT TV. The music video, directed by Zac Facts, is a portrait of the lifestyle consequent of the gun violence plaguing Quan’s hometown of Atlanta. Sought after for his ability to articulate the darkest parts of life into visual masterpieces, Facts artfully expresses the realities of the Atlanta Quan laments over a dulcet trap beat.
“Krazy” is the lead single from Rich Homie Quan’s forthcoming project, Family & Mula, due October 2022. The song, produced by 2Tall, debuted last week via Rich Homie Entertainment/Venice Music to a warm reception from fans.
Known to fans for his melodic trap and mumble flow, Rich Homie Quan gained notoriety for infectious tracks, such as chart-topping hits “Type of Way” and “Flex (Ooh, Ooh, Ooh).” Amassing over 2.7 billion streams and 1 billion YouTube views throughout his career. As we approach the tenth anniversary of Still Going In, the EP that started it all, Quan’s back with a musical narration guaranteed to make you think and make you dance.
About Rich Homie Quan
Dequantes Lamar, “Rich Homie Quan” dropped the summer hip-hop hit “Type of Way” in 2013. The multi-platinum selling, chart-topping recording artist first considered a career in professional baseball, but in 2008, the Atlanta native dropped the single “Stay Down” featuring the Stack Money Boyz. Hooking up with the Atlanta crew Loyalty Ova Royalties and becoming quick friends with member CEO Teezy came next, but Teezy’s untimely death later in the year put a stop to Quan’s planned mixtape debut. He would re-emerge a year later on the T.I.G. label and drop the mixtape Still Goin’ In. The year 2013 began with a tour with Wiz Khalifa, along with a guest appearance on Gucci Mane’s Trap House 3 album. In the winter, he dropped the infectious club track “Type of Way” off of Still Goin’ In Reloaded, which cracked Billboard’s Hot 100 chart. Rich Homie Quan released a handful of mixtapes, and in 2016 he landed a record deal with Motown. March 2017 saw the release of the single “Replay,” which appeared on the” Back to the Basics mixtape, his debut release for Motown. Led by the singles “Change” and “34,” Quan’s debut album, Rich as in Spirit, was released in March 2018. To date, Rich Homie Quan has amassed over 2.7 billion streams and garnered over 1 billion YouTube views. With his debut tape Still Goin’ In celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, Rich Homie Quan is returning with a new project, Family & Mula – slated to be released in October 2022 via Venice Music.