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Roddy Ricch Releases ‘Twin’ Music Video f/ Lil Durk

Roddy Ricch has teamed up with Chicago’s finest Lil Durk for a new music video. Straight off his latest LP ‘Feed Tha Streets III’ and titled ‘Twin’, the video clocks in at two minutes and thirty seconds and showcases the young ‘Twins’ living their lavish lifestyle.

The track is produced by Teddy Walton, Aaron Bow & Byrd Beats.

“I caught a jet right to the trenches, fucked around and popped a ten (Yeah)
I couldn’t really pop my shit, I had to get back for my twin (Grrah, grrah)
Say, “Free Shiesty,” ’til he free, go ask his bitch, I sent him ten (Go)
Me and Deeski shared a room with a
double bed at Drury Inn (Man, what?)
Ask your favourite rapper why he go to him, his jewellery dim (Jewelry too dim)
Ain’t no proper cause, the state did Rose worser than the Knicks (Worser than the Knicks)
When you tell an nigga no they’ll treat you worser than a bitch (Worser than a bitch)
Brought my twin to beat your ass, we’ll do you worser with a stick (Man, what?)
We not menace to society, killers got variety.”
Durk raps next to Ricch, GLE and “matching Benz”.

Notably, ‘Twin’ served as the third lead single to Ricch’s follow-up to ‘Live Life Fast’ and seemingly the last record of Ricch’s ‘Feed Tha Streets’ trilogy FTS III. Compton, California’s iconic emcee and lyricist Roddy Ricch released his latest mixtape on Friday through Atlantic Recording Corporation. The fifteen-track LP features guest appearances by Lil Durk and Ty Dolla $ign and comes after Ricch released three lead singles off the album – ‘Aston Martin Truck’, ‘Stop Breathing’ and ‘Twin’ f/ Lil Durk.

Durk’s appearance on Ricch’s ‘Twin’ comes just three weeks after he released ‘Risky’ – the sixth track on his seventh studio album 7220 (Deluxe) which featured guest appearances from Future, Summer Walker, Boogie wit da Hoodie, Moneybagg Yo, EST Gee, Gunna and more. The track was produced by Chopsquad DJ.

Since you’re here, listen to ‘Risky’ by Lil Durk below if you haven’t yet.