Watch Lil Wayne And Rich The Kid Team Up In ‘Trust Fund’ Video
As halfpipe shredding moves threaten to steal the show, they trade head-nodding and knotty bars with the airtight chemistry of seasoned collaborators.
Lil Wayne and Rich The Kid have released the music video for their latest collaborative single, “Trust Fund.” It’s taken from Trust Fund Babies, out now via Young Money Records/Republic Records.
In the visual directed by Mooch [Iann Dior, Trippie Redd], Wayne and Rich The Kid take over a skate park. As halfpipe shredding moves threaten to steal the show, they trade head-nodding and knotty bars with the airtight chemistry of seasoned collaborators. The visual jumps between footage of them superimposed on mini-bodies and video game avatars.
The video follows celebrated singles from the project like “Feelin’ Like Tunechi.” On the track, bass bumps beneath a dreamy loop as Rich The Kid comes through with a chantable chorus, “I been feelin’ like Tunechi.” Meanwhile, the rap legend pulls up with a woozy and warbling melodic verse of his own. Building on the momentum from previous collaborations such as “End of Discussion” on Rich the Kid’s chart-topping The World Is Yours, this latest banger illuminates their inimitable chemistry together.
Next up, Trust Fund Babies will receive a limited physical CD release at independent record stores nationwide as part of Record Store Day 2021 on Black Friday November 26.
Earlier this month, Wayne released “She Will” as the first part of Tha Carter IV visual album via Young Money Records/Republic Records/UMe. The visual album is part of the continued celebration of the 10th anniversary of the groundbreaking record.
Directed by Tim Fox and with art by Daniel Crossan, the visualizers look at the dystopian world Wayne described on Tha Carter IV and create a comic book feel out of it that pulls inspiration from Grand Theft Auto and The Dark Knight.
Tha Carter Singles Collection 7” vinyl box set was also released recently, and features 19 of Wayne’s biggest Tha Carter series hits on 45 for the first time ever. To commemorate the launch, Wayne also dropped the unreleased Tha Carter III era track “Ya Dig” on streaming services via Young Money Records/Republic Records/UMe. The box set comes complete with liner notes and a booklet of rare photos.