Rich Homie Quan is back with new project ‘Family & Mula’

The wait is finally over. After a nearly three years since Rich Homie Quan delivered any type of project, the Atlanta trap legend returned with his new tape titled Family & Mula on Tuesday (Oct. 4).

The now 33-year-old dropped Family & Mula as a gift to his fans, as he celebrated his birthday simultaneously with the release. Including the sole promotional single “Risk Takers,” this new tape marks a new era for Quan, as he explained via Instagram that he only hopes to feel his fans’ support through streams.

As a brief, 8-track project, Family & Mula follows Quan’s 2019 album Coma and includes a singular feature from Alabama native, NoCap. The tape is filled with a variety of regionally influenced instrumentals and tons of evidence that Rich Homie Quan still has his effortless hit making ability.

While Quan does not often get the credit he deserves for his influence on the ATL hip-hop scene and his next level talent, he just wants to be sure that his true fans take the time to tune into his comeback.

Check out ‘Family & Mula’ below!


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