Eight months removed from dropping his Back to the Basics mixtape, Rich Homie Quan pulls up with "Changed," a melodic banger that finds the rapper flexing on his apparently many doubters.

Floating over a smooth trap beat, Quan lets his haters know that his wealth has changed, but he's the same dude. He's also got to let them know their doubts never bothered him.

"Don't let that money fool ya, boy, ain't shit changed/We in Miami on Biscayne/Forty-thousand for the big face/And they want another fifty-thousand just to bust it down/I've been doing this shit since sixth grade/Teachers told me I would never make/No money off these words, now I'm not worried 'bout nobody/Told that same teacher, 'Look at me' and I didn't go to college," he spits on the hook for the track.

Quan, who signed to Motown records last winter, is gearing up to drop his debut album, titled Rich As In Spirit , an album that will find the Atlanta rapper reflecting on his journey through adversity and the value of confidence and resilience rather than material possessions. Sounds legit. Rich As in Spirit is all set to drop in early 2018.

Check out "Changed" for yourself below. Cop it here. Listen to "Bossman" when you're done with that.

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