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Roddy Ricch Remembers Slain Emcee Nipsey Hussle On ‘Survivor’s Remorse’ Single From ‘The Navy Album’, Prod. By Turbo The Great

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Compton’s iconic rapper & songwriter Roddy Ricch, born Rodrick Wayne Moore, Jr., has returned with a new massive single. Titled “Survivor’s Remorse”, the single is produced by Hip-Hop superproducer Turbo The Great and marks Ricch’s first solo rap record since releasing the “Feed Tha Streets III” commercial mixtape.

Across the cathartic single, Ricch addresses his absence from rap music for nearly two years and remembers slain rapper & entrepreneur Nipsey Hussle.

“Survivor’s Remorse” further marks the lead single from Ricch’s third studio album “The Navy Album”. While “The Box” rapper is yet to reveal any further details about the LP, the forthcoming project is set to be “deeply personal” and reminiscent of Ricch’s debut studio album “Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial”.

“2024 is PERSONAL not business,” Ricch wrote via Instagram and confirmed the LP on the platform.

Check out the exclusive “Survivor Remorse” artwork shared by Roddy Ricch below.

Watch the massive “Survivor Remorse” music video directed by Spike Jordan.

Look out for “The Navy Album” by Roddy Ricch.

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Stream ‘Survivor’s Remorse’ by Roddy Ricch via Spotify below.