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Rich Noir – The Silence (Prod. Zlender) [Audio]

London, ONRich Noir (formerly known as Richie Blackz) just delivered his latest single released titled “The Silence.” This track is all about the importance of privacy; and more specifically, the importance of privacy within relationships.

This joint takes everything you think you know about relationships and social media, and flips it ass-backwards. Rich throws some serious shade at those who try to validate their relationships online: “Couples nowadays are looking for likes.”

You feel that? You probably know exactly who Rich is talking about – the cats who flood your social media feeds with couple selfies. And you just want to be like, ‘Bruh. I get it. You’re dating.’

Rich Noir - The Silence (Prod. by Zlender) [Audio] - HipHopCanada.com

I think Rich penned this track as a guide to get lovers off the Internet and into real life. The first rule of Rich Noir Dating 101 is that relationship statuses are irrelevant: “No relationship status/ F**k the politics.”

The second rule of Rich Noir Dating 101 is that you are henceforth forbidden from using Instagram as a couples photo palooza: “No Instagram pics/ ‘Cause its real in the silence.” Start with those two steps, give the rest of the track a listen, and you’ll be well on your way to “The Silence.”

About Rich Noir

Rich Noir, previously known as Richie Blackz has been hinting at a brand new EP in the works. Dropping “Get Rich” featuring Hardbody a few weeks ago, than “Setting Up To Lose” afterwards it was only a matter of time before he made the announcement yesterday with “The Silence” that he will be releasing unreleased songs leading up to a brand new EP set to drop in the next few months.


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