Rap superstar Roddy Ricch has finally come through his long anticipated new project, FEED THA STREETS 3.
First unveiled last month in celebration of the GRAMMY® Award-winning) artist’s 24th birthday, FEED THA STREETS 3 includes such critically acclaimed singles as Ghetto Superstar (Feat. G Herbo & Doe Boy), Stop Breathing, Aston Martin Truck, and Twin (Feat. Lil Durk).
The project has also seen Roddy Ricch quite literally feeding the streets, getting out and helping the hungry & homeless.
Produced by Teddy Walton (Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Nipsey Hussle), Aaron Bow (Post Malone, Kendrick Lamar, Gucci Mane), and Byrd Beatz (Bad Bunny, Nicki Minaj, Gunna), Twin (Feat. Lil Durk) is a booming track that explores brotherhood, as the two rappers exchange bars on their loyalty and protectiveness towards one another.
It's joined by an official video that details the rappers enjoying a spending spree.
FEED THA STREETS 3 was first heralded this summer with the arrival of the historic Ghetto Superstar (Feat. G Herbo & Doe Boy), marking the first ever studio collaboration between superstar producers Mustard and Southside.
Produced by Turbo (Travis Scott, Nav, Lil Baby), JetsonMade (DaBaby, Jack Harlow, J. Cole) and Pooh You A Fool (Migos, Symba, NBA YoungBoy), Stop Breathing followed, joined by an official visual offering fans a glimpse into Ricch’s luxurious life on the road, currently.
Aston Martin Truck dropped next, accompanied by an official music video showcasing Ricch’s world of fame and fortune, filmed on the streets of Queens, NY.
While recently on tour with Post Malone, Ricch made sure to personally reach out to fans at tour stops across the country , including a surprise visit to Brooklyn, NY’s Middle School Of Marketing And Legal Studies, where New York State Assemblywoman Monique Chandler-Waterman presented him with a citation honoring his longtime efforts towards creating positive imagery to inspire young people everywhere. Ricch also held a series of activations to personally “Feed Tha Streets” by offering free meals and groceries to those in need, including partnerships with such black-owned restaurants as Houston, TX’s STUFF’d Wings, Portland, OR’s Trap Kitchen, and, most recently, Los Angeles, CA’s Fixins Soul Kitchen.
This week also saw Ricch hold an additional “Feed Tha Streets” activation in Los Angeles, offering free groceries at Ralphs in the Ladera Center.