Swifty Blue, Peysoh, & Moneysign $uede Recruit Rucci for “P Funk”

Swifty Blue, Peysoh and Moneysign $uede recruit Inglewood star Rucci for this new single titled “P Funk”. The trio of Swifty, Peysoh and $uede do their usual incredible job telling street tales that ended in triumph and riches, which is very close to Rucci’s typical subject matter. The fit between the quartet is excellent and resonates on the song creating an immense amount of replay value. 

Swifty Blue, Peysoh and Moneysign $uede will be releasing their six song EP titled “Grimey Park” April 20th, blazing a trail of unity, gangster raps and long lasting records. 

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Rucci & AzChike Take It to the “After Party” with Haiti Babii in New Video

Tearing up the block with their street stories and function anthems, Rucci & AzChike are a match made in L.A. Rap heaven. For the latest music video from their first-ever collaborative album Kourtesy of Us, Chike and Rucci connected with Haiti Babii for the music video for album highlight “After Party.” The track is more a celebration of the California natives’ come ups than what one might expect from a song titled “After Party.” With the trio rapping in unison, “Just be yourself my n**** / Just focus on your wealth, my n****,” to close out the song, “After Party” is for raising a glass to the ones that have been along for the ride. In the Stacking Memories directed video, Rucci, Chike and Haiti Babii host a low-key studio after party with LA baddies and their closest associates.

Kourtesy Of Ushttps://music.empi.re/kourtesyofus

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Rucci & AzChike Form a Dynamic L.A. Duo on “Kourtesy Of Us” Album

Tearing up the block with their street stories and function anthems, Rucci & AzChike are a match made in L.A. Rap heaven. Joining forces for their first-ever collaborative album, Chike and Rucci share Kourtesy Of Us, a 21-track project. Like any hall of fame-worthy duo, the interplay between Rucci and AzChike is a study in contrasts–Rucci attacks the beat with a breakneck, snapping flow, while Chike’s oblique delivery finds hidden pockets in instrumentals, helping his disrespectful punchlines stand out. They have their similarities as well: both rappers are fearless on the mic, willing to say absolutely anything, whether they’re stacking outrageous flexes, elucidating details of their chaotic pasts, or poking fun at fakes and lames.

The album is home to recent singles like the slinking, piano-laden My N****s,” and the gleefully inappropriate Hoodrat,” featuring a guest spot from Boosie BadAzz. Packed with production from maestros like Cypress MorenoAceTheFaceHitmanRob ViciousBruce24k, and more, Kourtesy Of Us is an expansive survey of West Coast sounds, from the dramatic bass & piano lusciousness of “No Time,” to the swirling synths and insistent 808s of “Get Back Gang,” the pizzicato strut of “Fasho Poppin,” and the luxurious electric keys of “Thug P*ssy.” Throughout, Chike and Rucci remain quotable, ping-ponging verses as they demonstrate why they’re among their city’s elite. Featuring appearances from KamaiyahBoosie BadazzHaiti BabiiCapolow, Kalan.FrFr, and many more, Kourtesy Of Us is available everywhere via Mackk&Cult/EMPIRE.

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Rucci & AzChike Share “My N****s” Video, Kourtesy Of Us Releases on 10/8

Cracking wise with disrespectful bars, Rucci and AzChike specialize in crafting bangers for hood functions. Today, the Los Angeles duo reveals the tracklist and release date for their first-ever collab album Kourtesy Of Uscoming for your neck on October 8th. Like any hall of fame-worthy duo, the interplay between Rucci and AzChike is a study in contrasts–Rucci attacks the beat with a breakneck, snapping flow, while Chike’s oblique delivery finds hidden pockets in instrumentals, helping his disrespectful punchlines stand out. Both emcees are united by their willingness to say absolutely anything on the mic, whether they’re stacking outrageous flexes or elucidating details of their chaotic pasts. Featuring production from L.A. maestros like Cypress MorenoAceTheFaceHitmanBruce24k, and more, and guest spots from KamaiyahBoosie BadazzHaiti BabiiCapolow, and many more, Kourtesy Of Us is available for pre-save/pre-order via Mackk&Cult/EMPIRE.

Along with the announcement, Rucci & AzChike share My N****s,” a piano-led banger from the upcoming album. Buoyed by AzChike’s addictive hook and a plinking piano melody from producer Fortwoe, “My N****s” is a slinky slapper, its off-kilter bounce offering an ideal cadence for each rapper to “rock out like KISS.” The song arrives with a fun-loving video, packed with homies from South L.A. and Inglewood. Rucci takes the time to school fools on the basketball court, while Chike gets his Mozart on, playing the piano while beautiful women dance on top. 

Pre-order Kourtesy Of Ushttps://music.empi.re/kourtesyofus

Buy/Stream “My N****s” HERE

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Rucci & AzChike Tap Boosie Badazz for “Hoodrat” Video & Announce New Album

United by their love of smack talk and fierce loyalty to their home neighborhoods, L.A. rappers Rucci and AzChike are a dynamic duo. Today, Rucci and Chike announce Kourtesy Of Ustheir upcoming collaborative project. Though Rucci and Chike have torn up the L.A. streets with local hits like “Light It Up” and “Function In The Hood,Kourtesy Of Us marks the first time that the two slick talkers connected for a full-length effort. Packed with beats from L.A. sound architects like AceTheFace and Hitman, plus a coterie of California heavy-hitters as guests, Kourtesy Of Us arrives later this fall via Mackk&Cult/EMPIRE.

Today, the wise-cracking duo shares Hoodrat,” a boisterous new video from the upcoming project. Produced by miajayc, “Hoodrat” is a hyperactive West Coast anthem, a quick-hitting banger with verses from L.A. associates AzSwaye and PJay, and a neck-snapping appearance from Boosie Badazz. Directed by Mr. RealMovie, the video finds the five emcees living large at the neighborhood car wash, drinking tequila and Henny as they throw cash in the air. Fans might have caught a glimpse of the video earlier this month when a clip of Boosie wilding out during the video’s filming went viral on social media.

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Inglewood Standouts White John & Rucci Get Under the Influence in a New Music Video, ‘I Need Drugs’

Annihilating L.A. instrumentals with reckless abandon, Inglewood native White John is well-respected in his city’s rap scene. Proving once and for all that he’s harder than your MCM and your baby daddy, White John shares I Need Drugs,” a new music video. Blessed with a silky smooth beat from L.A. sound architect Beat Boy, “I Need Drugs” finds White John discussing his various vices in a deep deadpan, indicating that his affection for altered states springs from deep-seated pain: “Sometimes I sit in my room, sometimes I stare at the wall/Sometimes I hear the perkys call.”

The song features a guest appearance from the White Gurb’s Inglewood associate Rucci, who explicates his hardcore party habits: “I don’t need your love, and I don’t need your hugs/Just give me some drugs.” In the video, White John and Rucci party in John’s apartment, partaking in every substance in the book while computer-generated pills float in the background. The follow-up to “Dead Bodies” ft. OMB Peezy, “I Need Drugs” is a highlight track from White John’s Cases Still Pending EP.

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Rucci – Understand (feat. Blxst) [Video]

It’s been a busy week for Rucci — just days after he shared Midget Deluxe, adding nine new tracks to his sophomore album, he’s back with the video for “Understand (Ft. Blxst).” It’s an aching rap ballad that sees Inglewood’s Rucci and LA’s Blxst tapping in with their romantic side to apologize for wrongdoings and declare loyalty to their respective girls. In the video, the pair are kicking back, sipping milkshakes with their friends and lovers at a local diner. 

Rucci Releases “Midget” Deluxe Album

Mixing heartfelt emotion with disrespectful flexes, Inglewood’s Rucci is the total package. Treating his fans to an expanded version of his latest album, Rucci shares Midget (Deluxe). Adding 9 new songs to the original 15 tracks, Midget (Deluxe) encapsulates the full breadth of Rucci’s talent for punchlines and deeply felt bars about his family history.  All nine new songs build on the themes of Midget, drawing you in with a classic Rucci turn up anthem with “Hotel,” he laments a heartbreak on “Do I Ever,” furthers his undeniable chemistry with AzChike on “Watch Me,” and my personal favorite is the twangy banger “Where I’m From,” ft. Bandgang Lonnie Bands and Shoreline Mafia’s Ohgeesy.

Stream Midget Deluxe: https://music.empi.re/midget_deluxe

Rucci Shares “Complicated” Video – Deluxe of “Midget” LP Out Friday

Inglewood’s prodigal son Rucci is back with the video for “Complicated.” It’s a track emblematic of where Rucci is at in his career and where he’s headed—he’s gained fame and critical praise for his presence on the mic, but he won’t feel fulfilled until he’s able to fully provide for himself and his people. In the video, he takes it back to Day 1, with photos of a young, gleeful Rucci, before fast-forwarding to today, celebrating his successes with his Day 1s outside next to a coupe with the butterfly doors up. 

Along with the video comes the announcement of the deluxe edition of his sophomore album Midget, due this Friday via Mackk & Co./EMPIRE. The deluxe will feature nine new tracks, with features from BandGang Lonnie Bands, OhGeesy, and more. Check out the full tracklist below.

Midget tracklist:
1. Complicated (Prod. by 420Tiesto, Traplordcami, Drumma)
2. No Friends (Prod. by Romo)
3. Bad Boys ft. AzChike (Prod by Traplordcami & 420Tiesto)
4. Check Me Out ft. Haiti Babii (Prod. by Drumma & 420Tiesto)
5. Okay Doeee ft. ALLBLACK (Prod. by Ron-Ron)
6. Me & My Drugz Pt. 2 ft. Shordie Shordie (Prod. by Steelz)
7. Burn In Hell Bitch ft. White John (Prod. by Traplordcami , Killa cam & Drumma)
8. Hoe Friends (Prod. by Romo)
9. Killa (Prod. by Traplordcami & Drumma)
10. Understand ft. Blxst (Prod by JR)
11. Broken Wings Interlude (Prod. By 420tiesto & Traplordcami)
12. Believe In Me ft. Mozzy (Prod. By Steelz)
13. Ran Outta Luck (Prod. by Romo)
14. Leave Me Alone (Prod. by Romo)
15. Juan Carlos Martinez Jr (Prod. by Romo)

Midget (Deluxe) new tracks:
16. Hotel (Prod. by Zay Coronado)
17. Tha Whoops (ft Lil Duece & Cypress Moreno) (Prod. by Cypress Moreno)
18. Watch Me (ft. AzChike)
19. Where I’m From (ft. Band Gang Lonnie Bands & OhGeesy) (Prod. by Ron-RonTheProducer)
20. Do I Ever (Prod. by BlvckLotus)
21. Ride Wit Me (Prod. by Benny Ave)
22. Float On (ft. Mister) (Prod. by Tiesto)
23. Shmoke (ft. Pjay & AzSwaye) (Prod. by Fort Woe)
24. Everybody Weird (Prod. by JR)

Rucci & ALLBLACK – Okay Doeee (Official Video)

One of my favorite songs off Rucci’s recently released sophomore album Midget is “Okay Doeee,” an LA (specifically Inglewood) and Bay Area (specifically Oakland) connect between him and ALLBLACK. In the video for the single, Rucci and ALLBLACK execute an elaborate heist — turning themselves in to the LAPD before taking cash from the evidence locker and heading to an underground casino. It’s as entertaining as it is an absolute banger, with Rucci and ALLBLACK asserting what they’re about right away, “What you ’bout? I’m bout a bankroll.”

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