Rob49 and Real Boston Richey team up for “Yes, You Did”
New Orleans rising rapper Rob49 shared their energetic new single, “Yes You Did,” with Real Boston Richey. The track is available now via Rebel Music/Geffen Records.
Continuing the momentum of Vulture Islandand following his fiery latest single “Houston Girls”, Rob49 is keeping his foot firmly on the pedal as he picks up speed bringing more hot tracks to his fans.
Rob49’s songs are always full of energy, but the song “Yes, You Did” produced by Yakree & BWOLF201 kicked it up a few notches with the help of another rising star, Real Boston Richey. “Yes, You Did” is available now at all digital retailers.
On “Yes, You Did,” alongside recent singles like “Houston Girls,” Rob showcases his brilliant wordplay. On “Houston Girls,” he raps, “I saw that look on n____s faces / It was envy.” With its blistering pace, unrestrained lyrics and icy flow, “Houston Girls” sounds like the walls are closing in around us all and Rob49 is the only one keeping his cool.
Born in New Orleans in 1999, Rob49 grew up between projects in the city’s 4th and 9th wards — hence the “4” and “9” in his rap name — and embodies his fierce spirit, packing his songs with intensity and courage. He records and releases music at an equally impressive rate, with April’s Welcome to Vulture Island becoming his fourth full project in less than 24 months.
Posts like XXL praised Rob49 for skillfully updating his signature hometown sound. In his short time in the spotlight, he formed relationships with some of hip-hop’s most respected figures. Welcome to Vulture Island includes collaborations with Detroit Icewear rappers Vezzo and Babyface Ray, and Atlantans Doe Boy, Landstrip Chip and Lil Baby, not to mention the project featured by legendary Cash Money Records founder Birdman.
The 23-year-old also recently toured with Jacksonville native Nardo Wick and teamed up with Kevin Gates on “Hustler’s Anthem V2.”
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