Rich Quick(@RichMFNQuick) - "The Everywhere Man" (Album) via @IStillLoveHER



It's official! September 28 marks the debut of rapper RICH QUICK'S The Everywhere Man. his fledgling release on Soulspazm Records! The 14-track LP from the South Jersey mainstay is a real Hip-Hop head's smorgasbord, with the sonic embodiment of '90s boom bap clashing head-on with 2015 anti-hipster, no frills MC bravado.

When Rich Quick calls in a few friends - think Chris Rivers, Reef The Lost Cauze, Jakk Frost, Rakaa Iriscience of Dilated Peoples, Jay Griffy and more - it's a lyrical bully fest, over production by the likes of J57, STRESS, STANKFOOT, and Roots Crew offshoots The Wurxs. Yes, please!

No longer to be considered a regional phenom after his impressive showing on the 2015 indie charts and a wildly successful Euro tour this past summer, Rich Quick is anxious to give his diehard fans another dose of his relatable and effortless artistry. For those who are just catching the wave, his refreshing take on every theme he touches will be a welcome voice in their speakerboxes.

The Everywhere Man album (executive produced by Ccelli & STRESS) is a testament to the work ethic required to grow into a nationally and globally known artist. Rich Quick is not new to scene, and his grind is finally set to pay off in a major way. Visit Rich Quick's website at TheEverywhereMan.com, with user interactivity that will elevate his fan love to a whole new level.

About Rich Quick:


In April 2012 Rich Quick released “I'm With The DJ” Hosted by DJ NoPhrillz and Benja Styles. The first 500 physical copies of the mixtape included 1 of 5 limited edition hand drawn Hip Hopthemed Art Cards. Rich included the Art Cards as a testament to Hip Hop's influence on art and pop culture. During Rich's tour promoting “I'm With The DJ” Rich performed with notable New Jersey producer Mr. Green. After the show he was approached by Jeff Davis aka Stress the White Boy. Stress and Chuck Treece, a powerhouse production duo referred to as STREECE™, began working with Rich on an EP titled “Sad Songz” from Ben Frank Recordings.

The work on “Sad Songz” captured the attention of multi-Grammy award winning artist, Tim "Timebomb" Armstrong of Rancid and Transplants fame. Armstrong, a longtime friend of Stress, collaborated on a track with STREECE™ and Rich Quick. The track entitled "Stay True" became part of the Tim Timebomb and Friends project and quickly became a fan favorite. Other notable collaborations are Jakk Frost, Reef the Lost Cauze, and Rakaa Iriscience (Dilated Peoples)

Rich was then featured in Philadelphia Weekly calling him “Philly hip-hop’s rising star”. After features on HipHopDx.com,RespectMag.com, AllHipHop.com, DJbooth.net and numerous international websites, “Sad Songz” debuted top 40 on the iTunes Hip Hop Album charts the day of it's release. In 2014 Rich toured the East Coast hitting 25 cities and also premiered a series of singles on DJbooth that all hit #1 on their charts. His single “Breakfast” became the most popular indie single on DJbooth for the whole 2014 and his single “They Fold” was the was the only release from an indie artist to break into the top 20 overall most popular singles for 2014. For more information visit RichMFNQuick.com

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