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Listen: Roddy Ricch & Lil Durk Link Up For New Song ‘Twin’

Listen: Roddy Ricch & Lil Durk Link Up For New Song ‘Twin’

Roddy Ricch has released his Lil Durk -assisted single, “Twin.”

The track will live on Roddy’s upcoming album Feed Tha Streets 3, which arrives this Friday (November 18). Outside of Durkio, Ty Dolla $ign will be the only other feature on the 15-track LP.

Recent singles “Aston Martin Truck” and “Stop Breathing” also make the cut, with production coming from Mustard, JetsonMade, Cubeatz, Teddy Walton and others.

Feed Tha Streets 3 is the third installment in Roddy’s popular series and follows 2017’s Feed Tha Streets and 2018’s Feed Tha Streets II. In an interview on SiriusXM over the summer, the Compton rapper described the effort as something for his longtime supporters.

“We can expect what y’all want, what the fans actually want from Roddy, you know what I’m saying?” he said. “That’s the vibe I’m coming for I really just wanna feed my day-one fans and everybody that’s been rocking with me from the beginning. You know, sometimes you gotta take it back to that and just feed your core. So that’s what we on with Feed Tha Streets 3.”

The album comes just under a year since Roddy’s last LP, Live Life Fast. It debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 with 62,000 total album-equivalent units in its first week, and featured appearances from the likes of Future, 21 Savage, Lil Baby, Kodak Black, the late TakeOff and more.

Outside of Roddy, it looks like Durk may collab with none other than Mariah Carey in the near future as well. The pair sparked rumors of something cooking when they were spotted out to eat earlier this month alongside Shirin Amiri, wife of fashion designer Mike Amiri.

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While others speculated it could have been a date between the Chicago rhymer and the Queen of Christmas, the latter’s longtime boyfriend Bryan Tanaka being present at the dinner table as well seems to dispel that notion.