Rich The Kid + NBA Youngboy Reveal Nobody Safe Tracklisting

Atlanta rapper Rich The Kid and NBA Youngboy are getting fans pumped about new tunes. The hip-hop duo have shared the tracklisting to their upcoming Nobody Safe collaborative effort.

Nobody Safe Tracklisting Revealed

Just in time for everyone’s weekend goals, the rap stars share the tracklisting to their 15-song project. The upcoming album features three key features with hip-hop artists Quando Rondo, Lil Wayne and Rod Wave.

1. Nobody Safe
2. No Flash
3. You Bad
4. Bankroll
5. Automatic
6. So Sorry
7. Sex
8. Doors Up
9. Woke Up
10. Rings On
11. Took A Risk (feat. Quando Rondo)
12. Body Bag (feat. Lil Wayne)
13. Sorry Momma (feat. Rod Wave)
14. Brown Hair
15. Can’t Let The World In

Nobody Safe tracklisting revealed.
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Automatic Single

In addition to the big tracklisting reveal, Rich and NBA have blessed fans with their new “Automatic” single.

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NBA + Rich The Kid’s Bankroll Music Video

Recently, NBA and Rich delivered their new “Bankroll” music video to the masses. In the clip, Rich adds his own twist to flipping pizzas in a restaurant.

Rich the Kid and NBA YoungBoy are set to release their full-length collaborative album, Nobody Safe, on November 20th and today they dropped the video for the project’s first single “Bankroll.” The video is directed by Rambino and it captures a heist at the local pizza joint where Rich is making pies. The song originally dropped last month and ahead of the video release it earned over 5 million streams in October, trending #1 on Triller and landing in playlists like Spotify’s Rap Caviar and New Music Friday, as well as Apple Music’s Rap Life, Hot Tracks and more.

The Kid Shuts Down NY Hotel Rumors

Recently, Kid came forward to shut down some wild New York hotel rumors. Rich defended his image and his team after getting accused of being kicked out of a fancy Big Apple spot.

“The narrative being painted of me is completely false. My working staff and me frequently stay at the Roxy Hotel in New York for business,” he said. “We have never had any complaints from the hotel or otherwise of any kind.” He said that “alternatively, we have built a rapport with key staff and management at the hotel, who can confirm that we have never had any issues at the hotel. “To the extent you have received any information that there were issues with the hotel, the only explanation I can give is that my staff and me were unfairly stereotyped,” he said, “and failed to receive the level of service and respect warranted for the loyalty we have shown the hotel and the money spent here.” (Page Six)