Seemingly delivering his own version of Pusha T’s recent Kanye West-assisted “Diet Coke” single, Pittsburgh rapper Ricc Suavey has bundled his best soft-powder bars to deliver his “Out The Pot” single.
In collaboration with Soulja Boy’s “Walk Em Down” producer Kontrol Beats, Ricc Suavey takes aim at the art of hand-to-hand hustling and uses the dope game’s crude manufacturing process as a high-brow metaphor for the potency of his lyical attack.
Taking the opportunity to both flex and kick game, Ricc Suavey intertwines cheat codes to the game whilst weaving in and out of cocaine rap reference.
“I keep a chop/While riding round’ with my glock/I stay up like 60 shots/Because beef is what we’ve been taught.”
Growing up in Manchester, the ShowOff Gang Music/EMPIRE signee cites his transition to Belzhoover following his father’s incarceration as a major turning point in his life and explained how music was the only constant throughout his journey.
Ricc Suavey recalls early memories of his family member mistaking his freestyle raps for actual songs on the radio, which is part of the reason why he invested in his musical career by attending Full Sail University for several semesters.
Unfortunately, Ricc got shot and was forced to play the background for several months as he recovered from near-fatal injuries.
In 2021, Ricc Suavey initiated his get-back campaign by unleashing his Versa-produced “Hold Up” single, followed by his “Fucc It Up” banger.
Stream “Out The Pot” below.