The second single from Rich Homie Quan's forthcoming debut album is here. Today (Feb. 23), the Motown Records arist unleashes "34," the next offering from Rich as in Spirit.

"34" is a track that finds Quan reflecting on the hunger that drove him to success while enjoying the riches he's got today. It's instrumental is more ominous than "Changed," but the themes are very similar, and they're ideas Quan works to their fullest effect on both tracks.

"You can't tell a nigga like me shit, I ain't have it all when I was little/16 years old drinking liquor, I ain't never ever touched a bill," Quan spits. On the hook, Quan uses the MARTA—which is Atlanta's public transportation system, as a symbol for the beginning of his rags-to-riches story.

"I rode that Herschel Walker, used to ride that MARTA, yeah, that 34," he spits in the hook for the track. The number 34 was the number of famed University of Georgia running back, Herschel Walker, in case you didn't know.

Rich as in Spirit doesn't have a release date yet, but during an appearance on MTV's TRL last week, Quan said the album would be coming at "the top of March." Should be dope.

Check out "34" for yourself below.

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