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The Rich Homie Quan Interview: Rich Gang Break Up, If He Fell Off, ATL RICO’s & More

  • Published on Nov 13, 2022 veröffentlicht
  • Rich Homie Quan talks about his rise, the ups and downs of being successful, YSL: Birdman's relationship, falling out with Thug, and much more!
    00:00 Intro
    2:00 Rich Homie talks about getting on the track “My N****” with YG
    3:00 Rich Homie on working with Jeezy
    3:55 Rich Homie says the SoundCloud wave ruined the rap industry
    9:43 First uploads on BearShare and LimeWire
    12:45 Rich Homie on his grandma buying him his first full recording setup
    14:19 Passion for baseball even though it wasn't as cool as rap
    15:58 Seeing “The Rich Kids” made him believe in himself
    16:53 Rich Homie on using his new setup to record other artists for income
    18:30 Going to jail for 15 months helped him be more creative on a unique sound
    22:05 Rich Homie admires “Too Many Years” by PnB Rock and how it was similar to recording songs that he created in jail
    23:17 Rich Homie reading James Patterson and implementing that writing style in his own raps
    24:20 Transitioning to the "Free World" after getting released
    27:10 Feeling discouraged from music after Teezy got k*lled
    34:07 Knowing that “Some Type of Way” was a hit immediately and how it changed everything
    38:00 Living with his mom after “My N****” goes up and having to record a radio edited version
    40:20 Getting hooked on Molly and taking it first thing in the morning
    41:12 Birdman approached him to do “Get Tf Out My Face” with Young Thug
    42:28 Birdman putting him in the studio with Young Thug to record more tracks together
    44:10 Rich Homie talks about recording “Lifestyle” with Young Thug
    45:58 Rich Homie talks about His relationship with Young Thug and how it fell apart
    50:56 Rich Homie talks about his father bringing him up with morals
    51:22 Falling into depression after leaving Rich Gang while seeing his peers blow up
    57:45 Rich Homie talks about how the feature with NoCap came about
    59:50 Not getting the recognition he deserves from the new generation
    1:03:36 Rich Homie touches on all the RICO’s going on in Atlanta
    1:05:22 Rich Homie talks about new project dropping: “Reloaded” on 11/18
    1:06:20 Rich Homie gives his opinion on the new artists coming out now
    1:08:40 Rich Homie talks about his kids teaching him about Tik Tok
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Comments • 833

  • J Shot Productions
    J Shot Productions 6 months ago +470

    Now these are the interviews we have been waiting on. 💪

  • Jason Crownover
    Jason Crownover 6 months ago +257

    Rich Homie has always been super underrated. I promise I will never stop going in was so solid & ahead of it’s time.

    • Joseph 48
      Joseph 48 6 months ago +1

      Very true but we need new music for him

    • Seven Hunnid
      Seven Hunnid 6 months ago +3

      I’m 21 years old from cali & i record food reviews while I’m high off that zaza on my Clip-Share channël bro

    • channeldirty7
      channeldirty7 6 months ago +6

      A lottttt of little baby rich homies runnin around out here smh, cuz even Thugga had infused some of the RHQ rhythms and melody’s in the music….RICH HOMIE!

    • Unleash The Kraken MSF
      Unleash The Kraken MSF 6 months ago

      He is underrated due to the business not being good during litigation you can’t drop music

      RSO ISAIAH 6 months ago +4

      Under rated your trippin he was huge in 2012-2016

  • Malik Mohamed
    Malik Mohamed 6 months ago +56

    When Adam is a true fan of the guest, it makes the interview so much better.

    • Vulcānus
      Vulcānus 6 months ago +6

      what happened to his face? look like someone took a bite

  • Shoota
    Shoota 6 months ago +160

    Rich Homie’s music was such a big part of my teenage years man. At one point, every song he dropped was 🔥. I would wake up bumping Rich homie and smoke one before school to get ina good mood. I was just bumping that new Risk Taker song he dropped. And that’s proof that he could make a huge comeback anyday and alot of people would be tuned in. Keep grinding , Ima keep listening.

  • Nick Cesaretti
    Nick Cesaretti 6 months ago +37

    Hella hyped to see Rich Homie making a come back!! He's about to rip shit UPPPP!!! Hyped to see him on No Jumper! This is about to be a GREAT interview! Hopefully we'll keep getting these types of interviews with dudes like Rich Homie! Adam is the best in the game for a reason! No Jumper is the best Podcast for a reason! And this is why right here! Let's GOOO!💯💯 💪🔥💪🔥

  • Ez Money Sniper
    Ez Money Sniper 6 months ago +26

    Rich Homie Quan was by FAR my rapper senior year of high school “I Promise I Will Never Stop Goin In” was the soundtrack everyday between classes. i remember that mixtape dropped during Thanksgiving break 2013, and the week after we came back to school EVERYBODY was bumping that shit! I just hate how the business within the industry is conducted because SO MANY talented artists build a strong buzz only to have it stagnated or stopped due to greedy and selfish people. This man definitely would of been bigger had he not gone through any of that, but I’m glad he’s still here and being able to tell his story. Salute to Rich Homie!!

  • Aaron Lewis
    Aaron Lewis 6 months ago +15

    RICH HOMIE BABY! This man was apart of my college and young adult life. His music stayed 🔥🔥🔥 and say what you wanna say but he's very talented at all levels: hooks, features, group/posse cuts, and solo songs. Glad to see this interview!

  • Anthony Lujan
    Anthony Lujan 6 months ago +242

    This interview got me feeling some type of way

  • Female Doggy
    Female Doggy 6 months ago +73

    RHQ is so much potential just lost and overlooked. The industry did him dirty. Big W for No Jumper and Adam 🔥

    • iamAlwayzAirbourn3
      iamAlwayzAirbourn3 6 months ago +3

      He sobered up got his mind and energy right he more hungry again

    • Lo So Chill
      Lo So Chill 6 months ago +2

      Na they ain’t do him wrong. He just did right and not sell out.

  • Somniuh
    Somniuh 6 months ago +61

    The ones who were there at the time know what Rich Homie did for the game in 2014/2015!! Rich As In Spirit

    JONBOY ENT 6 months ago +32

    Rich Homie Quan will forever be one one my favorite rappers. His early mixtapes and shit with rich gang was all I listened to in my late teens early 20s

  • Aaliyah Duz It
    Aaliyah Duz It 6 months ago

    love seeing Rich Homie back motivated! as an aspiring rapper myself this interview motivated me to keep goin 💪🏽 STAY IN THEY FACE!!

  • Nicolas James
    Nicolas James 6 months ago +17

    *Making money is an action. Keeping money is a behavior, but "Growing money is wisdom" I heard this from someone* 💯

    • Anyoor Shayan
      Anyoor Shayan 6 months ago

      Well said fam!! my life is totally changed because I've been earning $15,250 returns from my $4,000 investment with Richard Willis...

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      tele"gram me@MarlenyNunez1 6 months ago

      I'm so happy for taking the bold step in investing a little start up capital with after a week I received my profits to my bank

    • Eric wings
      Eric wings 6 months ago

      Believe me he's the best when it comes to Cryptocurrency trading, your profit is assured.💯

  • Redd Ckapo 500
    Redd Ckapo 500 6 months ago +11

    Yo this guy got me thru a lot of shit with his music especially the never stop goin in era salute rich homie y'all tweekn give this guy his flowers he damn sure deserve them💪🐐

  • Big Pancho
    Big Pancho 6 months ago +7

    These the interviews we need💪🏾💯

  • Halloe 618
    Halloe 618 5 months ago +15

    When I first heard Quan, I could HEAR how in love with his music he was

    • Dopeweed La
      Dopeweed La 5 months ago +2

      he puts music over gangsta life/crime

    • Stunna
      Stunna 4 months ago +1

      Whatchu mean? Whatchu tryna say?😭

  • channeldirty7
    channeldirty7 6 months ago +6


  • Manny B
    Manny B 6 months ago +3

    Rich homie has was a big part of my teenage years it’s crazy. Every party ever smoke sesh we always were bumping him. 🐐

  • Alexis Aguirre
    Alexis Aguirre 6 months ago +7

    Rich Homie Quan is a great storyteller

  • Roland Eusebio
    Roland Eusebio 6 months ago +2

    Rich Homie has some classics, his sound was so unique. Glad we got to see this side of him

  • deyfw daniel
    deyfw daniel 6 months ago +258

    Rich homie quan didn’t fall off he just didn’t sell out he stay in his own lane real quan fans know

    • Paperboy
      Paperboy 6 months ago +28

      If you know, you know. I’m from Atlanta and that split w/ him and thug black balled him in the industry. Producers & rappers weren’t messing with him anymore.

    • Joi Love
      Joi Love 6 months ago +10

      He fell off

    • HitPeace
      HitPeace 6 months ago +2


    • dangyouugly
      dangyouugly 6 months ago

      Can someone please give me a legit definition of “fallin off”?

    • Battlerap Judgment
      Battlerap Judgment 6 months ago +8

      Facts..he step back because of young thug...he didn't want to do the gay stuff like be thug (hubby)..now that thug is locked up perfect time to make a come back!!

  • Brie Rodriguez
    Brie Rodriguez 6 months ago +3

    Rich Homie Quan is so naturally talented, when he speaks it sounds like he's spitting bars🔥🔥🔥🔥been a fan for a long time💯 His voice is gold. Fire interview, he looks great!!!! "One of the last real ones💎"

  • Mason Budd
    Mason Budd 6 months ago +6

    This man been on hit after hit. If he don’t make a hit. A hit will find him. He can run again. I appreciate what he did for music. . I’m fucjin with Rich Homie 💯🥶

  • Thtguy Kage
    Thtguy Kage 6 months ago +5

    Adam been doing great with these interviews

    • Austin Lyons
      Austin Lyons 6 months ago

      he's trying to ask 6 about if he ysl

  • Klutch
    Klutch 6 months ago +5

    Quan had his father in his life and it shows.
    Having a strong father figure is important.

  • fourfourfour
    fourfourfour 6 months ago +5

    30 minutes in this should be how an interview is. I want to know the timeline up to where they are now. It’s inspiring and makes you like an artist as a person even if you never heard the music or like it.

  • King Tinn
    King Tinn 6 months ago +10

    Man give my boy his flowers 💐 while he's here his music still going in as we speak

  • LilSin
    LilSin 6 months ago +32

    i’m here for the Rich Homie comeback🔥🔥

  • Jason McCann
    Jason McCann 6 months ago +1

    Adam killing these interviews lately.. Juiceman and now Rich Homie 💯 💯

  • ChuckPlaysGames
    ChuckPlaysGames 6 months ago +4

    Rich homie in my top 5 all time favourites. i dont care if other people disagree. Rich gang and Never stop going in and the Ask RR mixtape are always on repeat

  • Aaron Butler
    Aaron Butler 6 months ago

    And this is why we tune into no jumper! My hitta!!! Dope interview Adam 💯

  • jC Romeen
    jC Romeen 6 months ago +2

    Dope interview, glad RHQ doing well, also cool when Adam likes the he’s interviewing 😂

  • pooh nani
    pooh nani 6 months ago +2

    Dude I remember in the 2012-2014 era Quan was so huge and so dope. Every song was so good. Him thug made a new type of music. It was like Atlanta trap and Chicago drill out together with hooks, melodies, ad libs. I remember at the time people made fun of them so much and I wanted to hate on it but I couldn't. Shit was good af man

    • Daniel Garrett
      Daniel Garrett 6 months ago

      There's so much embellishment in these comments. You're right - at the time, despite being commercially popular, rap fans DID NOT like him. I did not like his music, either, at the time. I'm glad you commented.

  • Gon
    Gon 6 months ago +8

    A true forgotten LEGEND sad to see that him being blackballed really affected his carrer. (mainstream wise)
    Great fucking interview Adam!

  • Yashwani GodisofLife
    Yashwani GodisofLife 6 months ago

    Maaaaan, I have sent so much positive energy to this man while waiting for his come back. 🥲 I'm so ready for this! Welcome back Homie💪🏾🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗

  • Alexander Lozano
    Alexander Lozano 6 months ago +4


  • DcFL214#
    DcFL214# 6 months ago +4

    Rich homie could make a comeback easily
    I still listen to I promise I will never stop going in

  • Wyatt Dozier
    Wyatt Dozier 6 months ago +1

    Dropping bangers lately keep it coming

  • CLOUT 74
    CLOUT 74 6 months ago +1

    i want Rich Homie Quan to win so badly man please protect this man 🤞🏼

  • breadwinner.Jay🦅
    breadwinner.Jay🦅 6 months ago

    this was one the best interviews I’ve watched in a minute.. and I love the fact that he mentioned Fredo Bang.. dat mane don’t get enough credit. Rich Homie is back on 🔥

  • Dexter Beats
    Dexter Beats 6 months ago +1

    His whole album hard 🔥 🔥 . It’s Crazy cuz if u listen u realize Quan cultivated melodic rap.

  • Ye money
    Ye money 6 months ago +7

    I play type of way and lifestyle during my basketball practices and to this day everybody still goes crazy when they hear em

  • 1st Degree Tea
    1st Degree Tea 6 months ago +2

    I've always wanted to know about the interactions where rappers first meet other rappers, for work. Is it intimidating? Do both sides bring security/homies? Do you have to prove how hard you are? What stops the bigger rapper from punking the smaller one? Like how did Murda Beatz act when he rolled up to the studio to work with all the crazy ppl he's worked with? How did he go about getting accepted? I know with women, they get mad if they have to work with another female. So how do they get past that and just work? I wish you'd ask this in your interviews. Like how does it feel to pull up at some huge gangster rapper's studio to work? Does every rapper have to prove how hard they are? And what is it that makes them accepted? I've always wanted to know about this transaction in rap. Who are the most difficult male and female rappers to work with? Who are the easiest? I wish you could give us the experience of being a "fly on the wall" during one of these meetups, or even more than one! Just focusing on how each rapper behaves at these meetings would be GREAT CONTENT!!! Do they feel threatened? Do they feel confident? What if the other rapper is crazy? How do ppl go about meeting up with them? Suge and Dre come to mind. Like Dre WAS NOT on Suge's level, as far as being "hard". So how did Dre carry himself and gain Suge's acceptance, when he wasn't bout that life like Suge was? With all the different egos at play, this subject is truly fascinating! Please dig deeper into this area Adam! I'm sure others want to know. Keep up the great work.

    • Daniel Garrett
      Daniel Garrett 6 months ago

      he might not see this but he will if you follow his twitter. before interviews, he will usually post a tweet asking what questions people want to hear. go ask these questions there a few times 👍

    • Platinum Hustle
      Platinum Hustle 6 months ago

      It’s just like going to a job and meeting new people lol nothing special

  • Zimmy Mine
    Zimmy Mine 6 months ago +1

    Man in 2022 its hard to watch a whole interview but this one different its a solid ass interview great job

  • MadMoney
    MadMoney  6 months ago

    Adam going in with the new sit downs 💯❤️‍🔥 dope

  • Austin Richey
    Austin Richey 6 months ago +6

    Probably the best rich homie quan interview ever

  • Glocktavious
    Glocktavious 6 months ago +13

    Quan needs to keep applying pressure with the music and he will be back on top soon

  • D Hughley
    D Hughley 6 months ago +3

    Thanks Adam for these atl under rated stars. Much respect

  • G-Train Productions
    G-Train Productions 6 months ago +2

    Checked out OJ new music after the interview cause I remembered how hard the old shit was an was surprised at how he really stayed on a similar sound. Quan definitely been popping back out, hopefully he adapts to the new generation of music well. Between the two he’s fs got the more modern sound

  • Santana JDWorld
    Santana JDWorld 6 months ago +11

    Ooohhhh shit 🔥🔥🔥 This a long time comin, Rich homie was way ahead of his time it’s about time he gets his flowers 🔥

    REAL OCWON 6 months ago +1

    Dope questions adam this is a great interview 👏🏾🔥

    REPAIRNATION TV 6 months ago

    dope interview.....Rich Homie is very authentic has the perfect sound without sounding to auto tuneish.....todays version of nate dogg or devin the dude...I felt like he would take it to its heights....I didnt know he could play baseball......

  • The All American Nightmare

    Quan is so underrated 💯. Been down with him since his first mix tape. Always been down for Quan. I don't get why he is not as hot 🔥 as Lil Wayne and Drake etc.

  • Mellow Music
    Mellow Music  6 months ago +1

    Legendary 🔥🔥 he deserves his flowers for sure

  • Hip hop Daily news
    Hip hop Daily news 6 months ago

    I respect the honesty bro real talk .. I was addicted to molly for a year and a half around that same time especially wen you , future and gucci was at yall early stages .. that shit take a toll cause it make ya life move fast and live up to a certain standard .. it’s a fun drug but it can be ya down Fa.. now that I’m older I feel like I had to go threw that stage to realize I was better . I haven’t popped a Molly in damn near 8-9 years and I haven’t smoke it about four years so I definitely understood you explaining that … young blacc kings ✊🏾 talk tat talk ‼️

  • Justin Mastrocinque
    Justin Mastrocinque 6 months ago +1

    Good ass interview, I mess with rich homie tuff great dude and great music, excited to listen to this new project. We def need it!

  • ToNYToNY24
    ToNYToNY24 5 months ago +8

    Bro Adam had me dieing laughing with tha 😂 when he ask Quan if it was some truth to someone saying he snitched on someone. His respond whole vibe Dawgs cause mfs be reaching to much

  • jayo jodyjoe
    jayo jodyjoe 6 months ago +1

    I promise I'll never stop going in💪🏽 definitely in my top 10 all time 💯

  • #1goon
    #1goon 6 months ago +2

    Great interview, let’s get that boy back up. Rich Homie Quan has bangers. Hopefully more to come.

  • Sk8tieTv
    Sk8tieTv 6 months ago

    Everybody got motivated when the Rich Kids , Rich Kids & Travis Porter & Dro and LA & Kwony cash and Yung Booke, Shad the god D.O.P.E , shawty lo etc you had to been there in that era ! Everybody was motivating everybody in the ATL if you was trying do music that was the perfect time to get in . Even motivated artists outside the city looking in

  • Tony Tuesdays
    Tony Tuesdays 6 months ago +2

    Rich homie Quan is the goat the hippop community needed you this the perfect timing ⏱️

  • Mike Hawk
    Mike Hawk 5 months ago

    He seems like a solid, intelligent guy

  • D Scrilla
    D Scrilla 6 months ago

    Rich homie Quan is so articulate in his interviews, most rappers usually be very vague when they speak.

  • U V
    U V 6 months ago +1

    One of the best rapper interviews I've seen. Good shxt adam.. rich homie kept it all the way real. F.w it

  • charles okereke
    charles okereke 6 months ago

    Can’t lie Adam , this is a dope interview. Those Thug/ Rich Homie days nostalgic fr

  • Young Prince
    Young Prince 6 months ago

    I definitely respect Rich Homie

  • KJ
    KJ 6 months ago +7


  • FreeBarz Yung D.i.
    FreeBarz Yung D.i. 6 months ago +1

    It’s up there and he showed love to the rich kids 🔥🔥🔥

  • Max Elling
    Max Elling 6 months ago +7

    I still have his tapes burned onto blank CD’s with the album covers hand drawn onto them in sharpie, even left one copy in the CD player of my old car when I sold it for the new owner to enjoy, something I could never say for thug or any of his other contemporaries

  • Pressure money gang
    Pressure money gang 6 months ago

    Grew up on rich homie thank you No jumper we needed this 🇨🇦🇨🇦

  • I. C.
    I. C. 6 months ago

    This was a really good interview

  • PYSCHOdelicate
    PYSCHOdelicate 6 months ago +6

    Rich Homie was the man during my High School days , “ Some Type of Way” started everybody saying “Type”

  • Androxx Murdok
    Androxx Murdok 6 months ago

    I want to see rich homie do well he had multiple hits he wasn’t no one hit wonder and he had originality for sure

    NFJ IZZY 6 months ago

    Rich Homie 💯💪🏾 Still One Of My Favorite Artist

  • Jonathan Perez
    Jonathan Perez 6 months ago +1

    We need a movie of this rich homie quan story

  • Nesly Leonvil
    Nesly Leonvil 6 months ago

    If he would’ve stayed consistent and was persistent ,he would’ve been as big as thug if not more famous. To many talents go through this

  • Alexandre Prevost
    Alexandre Prevost 6 months ago +3

    This interview got me feeling some kind of way

  • Derek Ewer
    Derek Ewer 6 months ago +10

    Finally a real interview it’s been months bruh

  • Kyle Carter
    Kyle Carter 6 months ago +7

    They been going craze with the interview back to back to back fasho. Waiting on that young metro young metro young metro

  • Hoelicious Papi
    Hoelicious Papi 6 months ago +1

    Obviously there’s is an underlying reason for why rich homie quan “fell off” but it’s crazy hearing him talking about other artists falling off when he had one of the fastest fall offs in rap history

  • Ayoo Snoop
    Ayoo Snoop 6 months ago +2

    Finally. He been on a press run but I was waiting on this one for sure

  • Hector Charles
    Hector Charles 6 months ago +1

    he's gonna make a major comeback watch it

  • Drillup V.Roy!!
    Drillup V.Roy!! 6 months ago +10

    Nojumper is the new MTV!!! 🏀🔥🔥

  • 4everhumbl3
    4everhumbl3 6 months ago +4

    WHAT - I - BEEN - THRU!

  • Pay
    Pay 6 months ago +1

    Man I was only 13 when quan dropped type of way 😂 I was bumping that shit in 8th grade all god damn day for probably 6 months

  • MrRdog805
    MrRdog805 6 months ago +2

    Quan forever a legend

  • Dmos4RmTheEastCoast
    Dmos4RmTheEastCoast 6 months ago +3

    Damnn Rich homie shot out the RICH KIDZ that's maturity bro he keeping it real you gotta Respect that 💯💯

  • Camari6x •
    Camari6x • 6 months ago +2

    Real inspiration from bro much respect 👏🏾💯

  • Davon xàxon
    Davon xàxon 6 months ago +1

    Love Rich Homie cuz is a staple in this shit ❤

  • internetkobe
    internetkobe 6 months ago +3

    RHQ way smarter than a lot of people probably think. He respected in the A.

  • Kreep Team 🏀
    Kreep Team 🏀 6 months ago +2

    Fun Fact : Toot it and Boot it was YGs debut single , "Toot It and Boot It" (featuring Ty Dolla Sign) was released in 2010 , which peaked at number 67 on the Billboard Hot 100

  • Dre_Franco
    Dre_Franco 6 months ago +1

    This was a good one 🔥🔥🔥

  • Eduardo Does it
    Eduardo Does it 6 months ago

    Shoutout Adam for making rhq feel like he didn’t completely fall off

  • Milly.xz
    Milly.xz 6 months ago +2

    happy for quan bro he's always been a goat

  • Tony Garza
    Tony Garza 6 months ago +2

    Rich homie Quan is that guy respect to him and respect to his accomplishments this was a awsome interview adam 22.

    COBRA TATE 6 months ago +1

    10 things to quit for all Strong Men:
    1. Caring about what others think
    2. Not believing in yourself
    3. Not experimenting different ideas / solutions for problems (life&business)
    4. Not prioritizing your health
    5. Wasting your precious time
    6. Wanting something (instead write a plan and work towards it)
    7. Chasing meaningless relationships
    8. Wasting or draining your energy from beating your meat 🥩
    9. Wasting time by scrolling social media
    10. Nailbiting/nailpicking habit for good (if you do it - consider stopping it as it makes you mentally weak + affects your confidence and all other areas of your life!)
    Take it easy and I hope you found one thing helpful in this list.

  • Abel Habtemikael
    Abel Habtemikael 6 months ago +2


  • adonis marley 423
    adonis marley 423 4 months ago

    Definitely grew up in that "some type of way" Era shit was to lit back then lol

    JO PILOT 6 months ago

    Thing with baseball is that if you don’t get drafted high in the first round (bonus babies) you going through it money wise until you get called up to the majors.

  • Etho Pathos
    Etho Pathos 6 months ago

    crazy nostalgia vibes. rich gang tha tour is the greatest mixtape of the fucking 2010-2020 decade