West Palm Beach rapper Cyko and Rich Homie Quan explain how they plan to make stacks with their new single “So Much Money.”
West Palm Beach rapper Cyko is going above and beyond for the release of his new body of work, and Rich Homie Quan believes it’s going to be major. Back in Sept, the Lost Key Records lyricist trekked down to the House Of Stoli at Rec Room Studios in North Miami to give an exclusive perspective of his new mixtape I’m Just Different, featuring his summer single “So Much Money” with Rich Homie Quan.
The former member of Birdman’s Rich Gang is rolling with a new crowd these days, and Cyko has become one of a select few of trustworthy confidants. “It’s deeper than music,” Rich Homie said with Cyko nearby. “He came to the studio, and I heard the song. I love the song. Ever since, we’ve been doing interviews together, and a lot of other stuff together. Also, we’ve been around each other so much that we’ve built a relationship. I think that’s more important than anything. So it’s bigger than the music.”
The Stoli flowed from the open bar as tunes provided by 103.5 The Beat’s DJ Ivory P and DJ Epps filled the wide-open room, which was jam-packed with numerous special guests like rapper and REGIME magazine owner King Buckley and We The Best’s Steph Lecor. Bone Vision had the photo booth lit up while DJ Khaled’s beloved personal Chef Dee served up delicious food from Empty Plates Catering and sweet treats from The Cupcake Galleria. Once Cyko arrived with Rich Homie, the new dynamic duo premiered the official video for “So Much Money” inside the studio and outside on a white truck.
Cyko, who alleged got his name by “going bonkers in the studio,” explained that he originally intended the “Flex” rapper to appear on another song, but couldn’t get his mind off of “So Much Money.” Rich Homie is a fan of few songs on Cyko’s new mixtape like “European Swag.” However, they both knew that their single would be “the one.” “Rich Homie had the record,” said Cyko. “He was already f*cking with the record. Once he got in the studio, I played another record for him, and was like ‘Quan I need you on this.’ but he said ‘Nope. I need to get on that ‘So Much Money.’ That’s the one.’”
Watch the interview in full below.