US rap renegade Robb Bank$ reveals his new release Molly World on Friday March 9th at all digital retailers. Paving the way for the record’s arrival, he just teamed up with Noisey to premiere the rowdy first single “Ride Wit Me” [feat. Chief Keef]. Listen below.

Ride Wit Me (feat. Chief Keef) by Robb Bank$

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The song’s ignited rhymes and a hard-hitting hook is nothing short of a perfect banger. Noisey called Robb’s flow, “reminiscent of Juicy J in his prime.”

The project tows the line between his two halves. The airy “Green Hearted (iDigg)” [feat. Birdman] sees him team with one of hip-hop’s titans for a boastful and braggadocios anthem. Meanwhile, wavy production underscore kushed-out verses on the appropriately titled “Smoke” [feat.Zoey Dollaz]. Then, there’s “ILYSM” [feat. Famous Dex]. Two of modern rap’s hottest names join forces for this hashtaggable cut that’s impossible to shake.

Completing the vision, he tapped the talents of sought-after anime artist Dree to create the stunning cover artwork inspired by the movie VHS and showcasing the character Lilly—who appeared on THA City mixtape.

With dancehall king Shaggy as his pops, Bank$ has been carving out his own lane since childhood and now remains a true underground king. His whirlwind success has caught the attention of Noisey, HotNewHipHop, XXL and more. The latter of which called him “a force on the microphone.”

1. 225
2. Ride Wit Me (feat. Chief Keef)
3. Bring it Bak
4. SLS Freestyle
5. ILYSM (feat. Famous Dex)
6. Lie 2me
7. Smoke (feat. Zoey Dollaz)
8. I Need a 2nd
9. Griffith Did Nothing Wrong
10. Official
11. I’m That Nigga (feat. Lil Gnar)
12. Over Here
13. Green Hearted (iDigg) (feat. Birdman)
14. Let Da Beat Build (Bonus Track)

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