The record was released via Quality Control’s official YouTube account and Rich’s Soundcloud on Tuesday, about one year after the “New Freezer” artist teased it on social media. It was initially unclear if the single was a Carti track assisted by Rich or vice versa; however, it now appears that the cut will land on Rich’s upcoming debut album under Interscope Records. The 25-year-old Atlanta rapper announced on the track’s Soundcloud description that the “album is finished and dropping top of March.”
During an interview with Zane Lowe last summer, Rich spoke about the upcoming project and revealed its expected guest artists, including Lil Wayne, Tory Lanez, and, of course, Carti. Rich also addressed the success of Carti’s 2017 self-titled debut mixtape, which might have set the bar pretty high for his own long-awaited project.
“I told [Carti] it was coming,” he said. “It took him a long time for him to put his project out. Everybody was waiting, a lot of shit was leaking. It was very anticipated. It was a really big moment. Young artists, I really love to see us winning. It's not to often we get to that level.”
While we wait for more details on Rich’s debut album, you can listen to “All of Them” below or up top via YouTube.
Carti recently dropped the video for his Lil Uzi Vert-assisted track “Lookin.” He’s also gearing up for a 20-date tour across Europe, Australia, and New Zealand.