Influenced by New York City and Atlanta, the two cities that shaped him, Rich the Kid (Dimitri Roger) owed much of his style to Nas and Notorious B.I.G., as well as T.I. and Jeezy. After his first mixtape, he joined forces with fellow Atlanteans Migos for a mixtape series called Streets on Lock. (A fourth collaboration, Still on Locks, was issued in 2015.) His solo follow-up, Feels Good to Be Rich, arrived in 2014. In 2016, Rich started Rich Forever Music, releasing no less than four mixtapes, including a pair of compilations. That summer, he signed with 300 Entertainment and released "Ran It Up" with labelmate Young Thug. ~ Neil Z. Yeung
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