The wait is over. Rich the Kid’s “Early Morning Trappin” record has finally hit streaming services.
As you might recall, fans got their first taste of the Trippie Redd-assisted single back in 2017, when WorldStarHipHop premiered the song’s official music video. The track received generally positive reviews, with many people praising the rappers’ respective flows; however, it seemed fans had one big problem with “Early Morning Trapping”: It was nowhere to be seen on Apple Music or Spotify. Thankfully, that has all changed.
As pointed out by HipHop-N-More, the cut now appears on an updated tracklist for Rich’s upcoming album, The World Is Yours. You can see that the number tracks has not changed, but there are two major differences: The original version listed records called “Tonight” and “Solitude,” which have apparently been replaced by “Early Morning Trappin” as well as “Lost It” featuring Quavo and Offset.
The World Is Yours is set to drop March 30, and, according to Rich, will be “the greatest album of 2018."
“Best hip-hop album—you heard it here,” he told XXL magazine last month. “There’s no other rapper that will drop a better album than me. No one.”