Written by Bryson "Boom" Paul
Since the beginning of Hip Hop, Harlem, New York has been one of the premier regions to create countless superstars. None more recognizable than the world-renowned group, Dipset. Today, a new artist emerges from the Harlem streets in the name of Rich Rillz. For his widespread introduction, Rillz makes a call to the capo for a guest appearance on his magnetic new song, titled, “Re-Up.”
Produced by Fly Weez, “Re-Up” is an inspirational track for the streets. Rich Rillz and Jim Jones influence those on they’re grind to continue chasing the dream, obey the block rules and stick to the G-code. Alongside an accomplished Jones, Rillz holds his own with a string of impressive slick-talking raps.
On the new song, Rillz clarifies that no matter how hard things get, continue to preserve and things will happen. “The get back is always most important especially in these current times,” He wrote in a press release. “We have to work together, no need to be in competition with each other that brings too much hate. Let’s all get money and eat together.”
Rich Rillz’s backstory is filled with all-star cosigns. He is one of the main ingredients of the GMBI movement, which is Grown Man Business. He hails out of Harlem, NY.. 127th street and 8th Ave to be exact raised in the St. Nicholas Housing Projects. Rillz began to have a passion for music at the age of 15 with inspirations from Harlem’s own Cam’ron, Jay Z, Young Jeezy and more. At 18, he linked up with Max B where they started recording music together.
“Re-Up” is streaming now on Grown Man Business/Get Tuitt. Jim Jones appears courtesy Vamplife.
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