In direction of the tip of final month, Roddy Ricch teamed up with Gunna for a visible in assist of their current collaboration “Begin Wit Me.” Now, the West Coast star is enlisting A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie for a Christian Breslauer-helmed video in assist of his newest Please Excuse Me For Being Delinquent single, “Tip Toe.”
“Once we first met one another it was simply extra so simply dialog to grasp the place one another was from, understanding his perspective on how he was raised and what
he was introduced up doing and he simply bought to listen to a bit of little bit of what I bought into and we simply had a bond over that. After which it type of simply grew from that,” Roddy Ricch defined to Zane Lowe, opening up concerning the origins of his new collaboration with A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie for an unique Beats 1 interview.
“I ain’t even actually stepped into my prime in any respect. I’m actually simply rising daily. I’m glad that my followers really feel like I ain’t actually gave them that or anyone really feel like I didn’t give them that, as a result of they only present that I’m simply on a continuing progress … I simply actually simply need folks to simply be related with me as I’m going alongside this journey of my life. The album’s approaching December sixth,” Roddy Ricch added, revealing his subsequent LP’s official launch date. “It’s going to have a few options on it. I imply, most undoubtedly. Me and Meek ain’t actually had our time to actually simply shine on a report collectively. So for certain, me and Meek, we the one two on the tune. I imply, coming from the place he got here from and simply actually getting into the businessman function, for actual, having that possession and fairness in every thing he doing.”
You may take a look at Roddy Ricch and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie’s new collaborative single “Tip Toe” above, whereas Roddy Ricch’s forthcoming studio album Please Excuse Me For Being Delinquent will hit streaming companies and related platforms on December 6.
For extra, revisit Roddy Ricch’s Lil Mexico-produced report “Massive Stepper.”