Roddy Ricch Taps A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie for New Video & Single, "Tip Toe"

He also reveals his next album’s release date.

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Towards the end of last month, Roddy Ricch teamed up with Gunna for a visual in support of their recent collaboration “Start Wit Me.” Now, the West Coast star is enlisting A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie for a Christian Breslauer-helmed video in support of his latest Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial single, “Tip Toe.”

“When we first met each other it was just more so just conversation to understand where each other was from, understanding his perspective on how he was raised and what
he was brought up doing and he just got to hear a little bit of what I got into and we just had a bond over that. And then it kind of just grew from that,” Roddy Ricch explained to Zane Lowe, opening up about the origins of his new collaboration with A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie for an exclusive Beats 1 interview.

“I ain’t even really stepped into my prime at all. I’m really just growing every day. I’m glad that my fans feel like I ain’t really gave them that or anybody feel like I didn’t give them that, because they just show that I’m just on a constant progress … I just really just want people to just be connected with me as I go along this journey of my life. The album’s coming on December 6th,” Roddy Ricch added, revealing his next LP’s official release date. “It’s going to have a couple of features on it. I mean, most definitely. Me and Meek ain’t really had our time to really just shine on a record together. So for sure, me and Meek, we the only two on the song. I mean, coming from where he came from and just really stepping into the businessman role, for real, having that ownership and equity in everything he doing.”

You can check out Roddy Ricch and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie’s new collaborative single “Tip Toe” above, while Roddy Ricch’s forthcoming studio album Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial will hit streaming services and similar platforms on December 6.

For more, revisit Roddy Ricch’s Lil Mexico-produced record “Big Stepper.”

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