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Rich Kidd – It’s Real Like That / When It Go Down [Audio]

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Toronto, ONRich Kidd has been making a lot noise this year with his latest mixtape In My Opinion (Download) and stand out singles “SYKE,” “Can I Get A [Bom Bom],” “I’d Be Lying,” and his newest Kiddstrumentals Volume 2: What’s Going On – a 40-minute instrumental tape all comprised of Marvin Gaye samples.

Following strong and keeping busy as ever, Rich comes through with two new bangers for his upcoming annual compilation We On Some Rich Kidd Shit Vol. 7 dropping August 1. Last week, he dropped “It’s Real Like That” featuring North Carolina spitter Deniro Farrar through Mass Appeal and today he lands “When It Go Down” via Hypetrak – a breezy summer anthem featuring co-production from Notorious crate-digger Frank Dukes (Ghostface Killah, Danny Brown, BADBADNOTGOOD, Tree).

Listen to “It’s Real Like That” below and “When It Go Down” after the jump.

Rich Kidd – It’s Real Like That

Featuring Deniro Farrar | Produced by Rich Kidd & Frank Dukes

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Rich Kidd – When It Go Down

Produced by Rich Kidd & Frank Dukes

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