Rich Homie Quan Drops Latest Album “Family and Mula”

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Last Night at Midnight Rich Homie Quan made headlines and dropped his latest studio album “Family & Mula” with 8 tracks and one feature from The Alabama rapper “NoCap” on the song Bigger Jeans. 

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Rich Homie Quan has been relatively quiet for the past couple years, sporadically dropping singles here and there but this will be his latest full-length project since 2019. Quan has also taken a new approach to the way he creates his music…

Gone are the days of Richie Homie Quan taking a carefree approach to coming up with clever lyrics. In the wake of rappers’ words being used to connect them to federal offenses, Quan recently shared that he thinks about the long-term impact his music will have on the lives of his loved ones. 

“Well, for one, I really feel that we should protect Black art. Music is music. A lot of those songs are made from the third person anyway. I could have saw it, you could have saw it,” he said during a Sept. 21 appearance on “Sway’s Universe.” He went on to mention Young Thug and YFN Lucci before saying both men should be released so that they can continue to support their families.

Thugger was arrested last May. He is facing racketeering and gang-related charges. Lucci was incarcerated in May 2021 for a parole violation. Both men are currently housed in metro Atlanta jails. While Quan did not delve deep into the minutiae of Thugger or Lucci’s cases, he did add that seeing his peers face jail time has influenced his approach to creating music. 

“I watch what I say,” said the “Type of Way” artist. He continued by explaining, “My kids are getting older. They can Google me, so I care about what I’m saying in these songs. ’Cause I know they’re listening and they gonna be, ‘My daddy Rich Homie, listen to what he said,’ so I don’t want them songs shoot ’em up bang bang.”

Just recently, Rich Homie Quan performed to a sold-out crowd at the Tabernacle and had the venue on ten for his ten year anniversary show where he performed his classic hits.

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