Robb Bank$ and Chief Keef Go Berserk Together on "Ride Wit Me"

We're premiering Bank$' latest single from his upcoming album, 'Molly World.'

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Mar 1 2018, 4:15pm

Before the recent explosion of South Florida rappers, in which artists like Kodak Black, Ski Mask the Slump God, Lil Pump, and others became indisputable rising stars within the genre, Robb Bank$ was arguably the most promising out of the region. The Broward County native made a lasting impression in 2012 as an 18-year-old with his debut tape Calendars, a project that captured the early 2010s obsession with Three 6 Mafia-influenced drugged-out, lo-fi raps. Since then, Bank$ has gone on to release three more tapes, four EPs, and his debut album Year of the Savage in 2015.

Just at the close of 2017, Bank$ released 2: Pillz, a five-track EP that built on his legacy of menacing raps about getting fucked up, hitting the strip club, and stacking funds. Today, we're premiering his newest song, "Ride Wit Me" which snags a guest verse from Chief Keef. On the track—which couldn't have a more fitting title due to the bounciness in its production—Robb's flow is reminiscent of Juicy J is in his prime. Keef glides in with a slick, laid back delivery to close it out.

The song is a single from Bank$' upcoming album Molly World, which is set to release on March 9. Aside from Keef, the album features Birdman, Famous Dex, Zoey Dollaz, and more. "The album is the best body of light work I put out to date," Bank$ said. "At the end of the day, it’s just a pit stop on the way to Falconia, but I feel like I successfully blended both my sounds that were fan favorites into one release." Pre-order the album here and listen to the track below.

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