Runway Richy and T.I. Release Music Video Dumpin

RUNWAY RICHY & T.I DROP NEW MUSIC VIDEO

Decatur, GA rapper Runway Richy teams up with Atlanta legend T.I. to drop a gritty new visual for their hard-hitting banger “Dumpin.” The boastful single is produced by Sauce Lord Rich of the platinum certified duo FKi. The ominous and cautioning music video was directed by longtime T.I. collaborator Philly Fly Boy and premiered exclusively on WorldStarHipHop. The brand new “Dumpin” music video is now available on Runway Richy’s YouTube channel. “Dumpin” serves as the lead single from Runway Richy’s Perc 30 album available via Beatroot Music on May 1. Enjoy this video stream below after the jump and please share this with friends.

“Man, the response to the song has been crazy so I’m proud to reunite with Tip to present this visual. Tip is the genius who came up with this badass video concept,” says Runway Richy.  “So I just sat back and let his creativity flow. I kept thinking – this moment is unreal! Tip even brought in his personal director Philly Fly Boy to get it just right.”

“Dumpin” has picked up over 1 million combined streams and landed on popular playlists including Spotify’s The Realest Down South, TIDAL’s New South and Pandora’s NewHipHopNow.

About Runway Richy:
With nowhere to go but up, Decatur, GA rapper Runway Richy has crafted his rocky journey into a catalog of street tales – songs that speak to those struggling for a better way. Over the years, rhyming was something to do in between dealing with “real life” situations – situations that often brought trouble. “I’m the one who had one foot in the streets and one in the booth,” he remembers.
After a near-fatal car accident on the way to a promotion appearance for his debut mixtape, Runway Richy landed in a coma and after waking up, he was forced to learn how to walk again. The devastating life-changing moment became the inspiration to one of his most popular songs “Made It Happen” featuring Trae Tha Truth. The song was covered by influential music sites including ComplexHotNewHipHopOkayplayer and Earmilk. He followed up with another fan-favorite song and music video “Switching Sides” featuring the legendary rapper Gucci Mane that landed him on HipHopDXThe Fader2DopeBoyz and many more.
Runway Richy’s debut mixtape series China Cafeteria Vol 1 (2016) and China Cafeteria Vol 2.5 House Special (2017) is named after one of his favorite Atlanta restaurants and hangout spots. The series is hosted by comedian and personal friend DC Young Fly. He’s worked with some of the biggest producers in hip-hop including Zaytoven, FKi, Metro Boomin and Southside. Additionally, he has a mixtape series Rari’s & Runways and released a project Rio Richy with fellow Georgia rapper Real Recognize Rio.
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