Sep 282015

It’s official! Today, 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, with user interactivity that will elevate his fan love to a whole new level!

Rich Quick - The Everywhere Man ARTWORK

iTUNES “The Everywhere Man” PURCHASE LINK:
01. The Everywhere Man (produced by Snowgoons)
02. Real Rugged Raw (Remix) [featuring Skrewtape & Miilkbone] (produced by Divine Drummah)
03. Walk on Bye [featuring Jakk Frost & Chuck Treece] (produced by STREECE)
04. Get A Grip [featuring DJ Soulbuck] (producecd by DJ Soulbuck)
05. Breakfast (featuring Archie Bang & DJ J Hart) [produced by J57]
06. Runnin’ (prod. by STRESS)
07. Poizon [featuring Ryshon Jones, Chris Rivers & Jay Griffy] (produced by The Wurxs)
08. Son Come (produced by STANKFOOT)
09. Ain’t Hard2Tell [featuring Dandyguel & Lewis Parker] (produced by DJ J Hart)
10. Call Out King (produced by The Wurxs)
11. NJ2UK [featuring Trademark Blud, Big Ribzy & DJ J Hart] (produced by Bunker Beats)
12. Travelin’ Man (Album Version) [featuring Reef The Lost Cauze & Rakaa Iriscience] (produced by STREECE)
13. On My Shoulderz (produced by STANKFOOT)
14. No1 (produced by STANKFOOT)


Jul 182015

Searching For Tupac Shakur explains the life of prolific rap icon 2Pac from his birth within the Black Panther Party throughout his rocky yet extremely successful music and film career up until his untimely death. Rich Quick, a life-long fan of 2Pac delivers this biography in rhyme-form driving attention away from both the well known feud between he and The Notorious B.I.G and the many conspiracy theories surrounding his passing.

Apr 202015

There’s a segment of Hip-Hop where lyricism still reigns supreme. Whether you’re into the double time styles like Jaz-O and Twista, or you follow artists like Aesop Rock, the ability for an artist to tell a unique story is an integral yet often undermined part of the art form. After recently releasing “No1,” the Jersey based wordsmith, Rich Quick, expands upon his catalog as he continues his climb towards success with, “On My Shoulderz”. The second single from, ‘The Everywhere Man’ finds Quick dropping bars and hooks over STANKFOOT’s keys and dirty snares. Lyrically, he can’t be touched; Quick has created his own sense of style that is different enough for others to take notice. Simply put, his rhymes make rapping seem effortless. Quick can navigate his way through any style of production like a slalom course. Rich also continues to showcase his various talents as he lends his artistic expression to create the hand painted cover art. Keep this one on repeat until Quick drops his forthcoming FreEP, ‘The Everywhere Man,’ which is set to drop this Spring through Exponent Entertainment.

Mixed and Mastered by Max Prime for SoundButter Studios