After a quiet start to the year, Rah Swish gives fans a surprise release with his newest project, 9 Shots In The Ruger. Packed with raw energy, lyrical prowess, and captivating storytelling, this project will solidify Rah Swish's position as one of the industry's most exciting talents.
9 Shot In The Ruger begins with an introduction from famous IG comedian Rayyy Rayyy who gives praise to Rah’s bars. The project contains different features from DameDot, OnPointLikeOP, CurlySavv, Ron Suno, and Sdot Go. The leading single “Sprinter Van” was released three weeks ago and amassed well over 150k YouTube views.
Rah Swish's meteoric rise in the rap game has been marked by his unique ability to capture the essence of the streets while captivating a diverse fanbase. With his distinct voice and magnetic stage presence, he has amassed millions of streams and garnered critical acclaim from industry tastemakers. "9 Shots In The Ruger" promises to further solidify his status as a force to be reckoned with in the music industry.
The focus track “Enormous” featuring DameDot, Rah states that he’s not like a regular artist in the song’s hook. He’s heartless and will do whatever it takes to be superior in the music scene. Detroit’s drill rapper DameDot verse focuses on how fine his woman is and how Dame handles his business. The blend of DameDot’s boss talk and Rah’s boastful cadences makes “Enormous” a fine blend of confidence and skill.
9 Shots In The Ruger is available now on all major streaming platforms. To stay updated on Rah Swish's latest news, releases, and tour dates, visit his official website and follow him on social media @Rahswish.
Hailing from Canarsie, Brooklyn, Rah Swish is one of the first to bubble out of NYC’s drill scene. His standout mixtape Woo Forever featuring standout singles "Feel Like Pop" and "Woo Forever" was distributed through EMPIRE. In June 2021, Mayor of the Streets album dropped alongside the first episode of Rah’s short film series “Official BK.” He was also featured on Pop Smoke’s posthumous album Faith in 2021. In 2022, he joined Dusty Locane, Ron Suno, and OnPointLikeOP to form the group SAY DAT and dropped their self-titled album in the fall. Receiving much praise from Complex, Revolt, XXL, Pitchfork, No Jumper, and more, the Brooklyn native will continue to carry the torch for The Woo. Follow him @Rahswish. Recent Releases:
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