Fresh off smashing a Lamborghini at the BRIT Awards with Kendrick Lamar and revealing a star-studded guest list for his debut, The World Is Yours, Rich the Kid is saying he has even bigger collaborations in the pipeline. Though the initial news tapped Kendrick, Swae Lee, Lil Wayne, Bryson Tiller, and more as guests, Rich has since intimated that several stars were left off the tracklist, most notably Kanye West and Frank Ocean.
This is missing songs smh.. Where’s Quavo ? Offset ? Kanye West? Frank Ocean?? Take Off ?🤨😒🤔 https://t.co/81zbmFxTf1— RICH THE KID (@richthekid) February 28, 2018
Rich balked at a tweet from Daily Rap which posted the cover side and what appears to be a tracklist side-by-side. In January 2016, he posted a screenshot where he was Facetiming with Ocean and implied they were working on music, but it was quickly taken down. The same thing happened with a December 2016 screenshot of Rich Facetiming with Kanye, though it is still viewable on KanyeToThe.
The story is complicated by the fact that the tracklist was pulled from a picture of the full album package. Migos, who Rich the Kid also claimed were left off this version of the credits, tweeted out that cover on February 28. Migos' tweet lists the release date as March 23, which also clashes with Rich's previous announcement of March 30.
3/23 the world is yours pic.twitter.com/JLpNMzpxB2— MIGOS™ (@Migos) February 28, 2018
The guest list already has our attention, but if those Kanye and Frank features are confirmed that'll certainly make The World Is Yours a must listen. Watch P&P's video on the unsolved mysteries of Frank Ocean, including his session with Rich.