Rich Homie Quan Blocks Industry Noise In “Dark Shades” Video – VIBE.com

Rich Homie Quan is back with his latest visuals for his single “Dark Shades” from his Family & Mula project.

The Zac Facts-directed music video features Quan in his dressing room as he tries on different sunglasses while waxing poetic measures to block out industry noise.

In the video, he starts off by saying, “These niggers are so into my business, man, I gotta keep some shades, man, let it be Cartier… Chrome Heart – I could go you know, Off-White, Louis V, enf**ker.

He raps, “Dark shades, they guess he’s stoned/ Ni** like in my business, worried about these eyes/ I’m on devil time, got devil’s number on speed dial ( on God)/ You’re gonna drown in that little water and shit just up to your knees.

Screenshot of the music video “Dark Shades”

Rich Homie, born Dequantes Devontay Lamar, dropped out Family & Mula ahead of “Dark Shades” on his birthday this year (October 4).

The 8-track EP features lead singles, “Krazy” and “Risk Takers,” which amassed six million combined streams and views. It also includes candid lead single “Kno No More,” which serves as a timeline of every milestone and emotion Quan has experienced since his last release, 2019. Coma.

Family & Mula is full of energy,” Quan said in a statement. “Quan is Quan, I use Atlanta lingo. I use one of these hard-hitting 808s from southern Georgia to tell my story from my point of view and from my point of view. I put my peers on the game, I put the young people on the game and I continue to motivate and inspire.

He added: “Since my last project I have focused on two things – family, now being a father, and money – doing shows on the road every weekend for the past 3 years. The game Do not stop.

Today (November 9), the “Walk Thru” rapper also announced that he will be releasing a deluxe version of the EP, Family and Mula ReloadedNovember 18. The project will feature seven more tracks that will fill the original EP with the same contemplative and melodic vibe.

Watch the video for “Dark Shades” above.