Roddy Ricch is currently working on Feed The Streets III, which features the well-received singles “Stop Breathing” and “Ghetto Superstar” with G Herbo and Doe Boy. Oct. 21, he drops off another track titled “Aston Martin Truck,” an Aaron Bow, Byrd, and Teddy Walton-produced offering filled with boastful lines about the Compton emcee’s wealth and life
“I been diggin’ your b**ch, I been diggin’ your b**ch, I’m the heartbreak king, and you went back and bought another diamond ring, I’m about my money, I’m about my cake, I’m about my cream, I keep tellin’ you n**gas, I’m in love with lean, cross on my wrist, ay, Elliot got me right, stop, I hate my Cullinan, can’t fit in a tight spot, Aston Martin truck, ride the tail off, had to get a new butler, four new maids to clean my house, give my momma, my daddy, and day-one n**gas a key to my house, made $500,000 every time you see me out…”
Roddy Ricch’s new single ‘Aston Martin Truck’ is a perfect example of how hip hop culture has been integrated into mainstream society. The song is about the rapper’s love for his car and the lyrics are filled with references to luxury brands such as Aston Martin, Ferrari, and Rolex.