Gravelly Atlanta rap crooner Rich Homie Quan just released his crazy-long solo mixtape If You Ever Think I Will Stop Going In Ask Double R less than two weeks ago, and he’s still cranking out new music. We’ve already heard his loose track “Get Better,” and now he’s teamed up with Offset, the currently-incarcerated Migos member, for the summery, easygoing “Trap House.” It’s the breeziest, prettiest song about selling drugs I’ve heard in quite some time. Listen below.
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