Rich the Kid exceeds expectations with sophomore album

Rich the Kid has returned with his sophomore album, The World is Yours 2, which is even stronger than his debut.  

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Rich the Kid has returned with his sophomore album, The World is Yours 2, which is even stronger than his debut.  

Matt Storms, Staff Writer

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Rich the Kid has returned with his sophomore album, The World is Yours 2, which is even stronger than his debut.  

His second installment in this series brings back artists featured on his last album, including Migos members Offset and Takeoff and fellow “Rich Forever” member Jay Critch. However, the album also features artists such as Young Thug, Miguel, Ty Dolla Sign, and Big Sean.

The production on the album is impressive, and Rich the Kid is great for the majority of the album.

Standout tracks on the album include “Splashin,” “Fall Threw,” and “Save That.” Young Thug and Gunna both ride Wheezy’s beat nicely in “Fall Threw,” and Miguel’s vocals on “Woah” are a highlight on the album.

The low point on the album is the collaboration with Torey Lanez, “Tic Toc.”

This is a better album than his first one, though not as good as his Rich Forever mixtapes.