Roddy Ricch Joins Gunna and Future for "Too Easy" Remix

Later this month, Roddy will release his new album 'Live Life Fast,' featuring the single "Late at Night." The cover art pays homage to Nipsey Hussle.

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Roddy Ricch, whose sophomore album is set to arrive later this month, has been added to Gunna and Future’s Wheezy-produced collab “Too Easy.”

The original edition of the song dropped back in September and ultimately peaked at No. 38 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Stream the Roddy-featuring update up top, or grab it elsewhere via this link.

Roddy will soon give fans Live Life Fast, which features the recent single “Late at Night” and serves as the follow-up to his well-received 2019 studio debut Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial. After unveiling the new album’s cover art, Roddy later explained to fans that the image—which sees the Grammy winner behind the wheel of a car as his surroundings are blurred—is an homage to the late Nipsey Hussle.

“The Marathon Continues,” Roddy said in a tweet. “I LOVE YOU BRO.”

Roddy also shared a note thanking his fans for their support as he gears up for his album release. “I appreciate every supporter who been down wit Roddy from DAY 1. Y’all forever changed my life and my family life and I’m forever grateful.”

Dec. 6 marked the two-year anniversary of Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial, which was celebrated by Roddy’s hit single “The Box” earning a diamond RIAA certification. The project also received the Spatial Audio treatment on Apple Music, along with Doby Atmos on Amazon Music and TIDAL.

Image of Roddy Ricch's RIAA certifications

Live Life Fast is out Dec. 17; it’s available for pre-save/pre-add here.

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