Tropico On Signing With Rich The Kid, Says He's The Bronx Weeknd

Today on On The Radar we got to sit down with Rich Forever's own Tropico. The Bronx born rapper stopped by for one of his first official interviews. Dropping his "Donatus" album earlier this year the artist is currently gearing up to drop more singles before his next album.

Signing to Rich The Kid's "Rich Forever" label in May 2020, Tropico explained that he caught the attention of the rapper during the pandemic thats to his constancy with tagging him in his music and being all up in big artists IG lives. After catching the eye of Rich the two spoke for months before he eventually signed with the label.

"The signing with Rich, he hit me up in March 2020, I was doing the tagging thing I was telling you about on Instagram and Twitter, this time i had tagged Bad Bunny, Rich and Akademics and 2 minutes later I hopped in the shower not even thinking about it and my phone start buzzing, he followed me on twitter, he hit me on the DM, and we went from there, we was talking for months and we signed in May"

From the Bronx to Brooklyn, Tropico also linked up with Sheff G earlier this year for their "Hold On" record. While Tropico himself is not a drill rapper he spoke about how one night at the studio led to him making a drill record he knew Sheff had to hop on.

"Rich gets me a lot of studio time, one day I was like I don't know what to do, so I decided to do a drill song, Rich pulled up to the studio and I played them the song and was like we gotta put someone on the song, I said let's put Sheff on it, he made the call, he did it, the video and everything with me it was love"

Check out the full Interview above and listen to Tropico on iHeartRadio below..

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