December 04, 2022

“Twin” The New Roddy Ricch & Lil Durk Collab

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“Twin” By Roddy Ricch And Lil Durk

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‘Twin” the collaboration single from Roddy Ricch with Lil Durk, dropped on November 14. The single comes from his newest album, Feed Tha Streets III, which released on Friday, November 18.  Firstly, Ricch gave the album announcement via social media on October 22, leaving fans eager to hear it. Before that, Roddy posted the track list fors Feed Tha Streets III, which includes only two features: Lil Durk and Ty Dolla $ign. Overall, the album contains 15 songs total.

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“Twin” rapper Roddy Ricch rose to fame in 2018 with his hit single, “Die Young.” The song peaked at number 98 on the Billboard Hot 100. Following “Die Young,” his first two mixtapes, Feed Tha Streets (2017) and Feed Tha Streets II (2019) additionally gained a lot of traction.

Ensuing that, he won a grammy for Best Rap Performance in 2019 for his collaboration “Racks in the Middle” with the late Nipsey Hussle. Moreover, his single “Ballin” on Mustard’s album Perfect Ten was Grammy-nominated and reached the top 20 of the Hot 100.

Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial, his debut studio album, released through Atlantic Records and Bird Vision Entertainment on December 6, 2019. Indeed, the album debuted at the top of the Billboard 200, which established it as his first chart-topping one. Notably, it included his number one single, “The Box,” which received a diamond certification by the RIAA, as well as his single “High Fashion” with production by Mustard.

Evil Twins

“Call up Durkio I need an evil twin in this b*tch”- Roddy Ricch.

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As a matter of fact, “Twin” does not mark the first single between Roddy and Durkio. Durk and Roddy came together to make “Moonwalkin,” which was the fifth song in Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial. Specifically, the two rap about being smooth criminals, in reference to king of pop, Michael Jackson.

On top of that, the pair was joined by 21 Savage in the song “KEEP GOING” from DJ Khaled’s album, God Did. The pair have great musical chemistry and it shows. You can watch the music video for “Twin” here:

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