Hustle Gang’s RaRa Delivers ‘I Am What I Am’ EP

blame it on Shake March 9, 2017

Hustle Gang about the paper.

We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: RaRa got next.

On top of a few standout performances on the latest Hustle Gang project alongside T.I. — on “Hell Na” with Young Dro, “All Of That Talk” with B.o.B, “Dope House” with Quavo, and the intro track, “Hustle Gang Business” — the Atlanta native also appeared on “4 Lit” with B.o.B and T.I. (before getting replaced by Ty Dolla $ign) and “Black Man” with T.I., Meek Mill and Quavo (he also produced it).

Now, after a slight day since dropping “FWM” back in September, RaRa is ready to deliver. Tomorrow he’ll drop his I Am What I Am EP. And today, he’s kicking things off with some high-powered rhymes about the paper chase with the Hustle Gang captain on “For The Money.”

Check it out below.

UPDATE (3/10): As promised, the Hustle Gang rep delivers his debut project, I Am What I Am. Seven tracks, including “For The Money” and “Dear Summer” (which isn’t a take on Memphis Bleek Jay Z’s track)—with the latter receiving a video as well.


Check it all out below and cop the EP on iTunes.