Rich The Kid Crashes University of Southern California Class to Perform “Plug Walk”
Rich The Kid is gearing up for the release of his highly anticipated debut album The World Is Yours on Friday (March 30). The Atlanta transplant is enjoying his time out in L.A. prior to the project's unveiling, and it looks like he's enjoying it. RTK decided to stop by a University of Southern California class on Tuesday (March 27) to give an impromptu performance of "Plug Walk."
In the video caught by a student, Rich The Kid can be seen dancing around on the professor's desk and throwing papers into the sky, while running throughout the room being filmed with a speaker blasting his latest hit.
It's unknown if the performance was staged or the teacher happened to be in on it. Judging by the look's on the frightened student's faces who are unfamiliar with the 25-year-old artist, we can assume it was a candid moment.
Rich The Kid most recently shared his new single earlier this week (March 26), "Dead Friends," which takes aim at Lil Uzi Vert in a subliminal manner. The World Is Yours drops this Friday and sees loaded features from Future, Lil Wayne, Swae Lee, Jay Critch, Rick Ross, Trippie Redd, Offset, Chris Brown and more.
Check out the video of Rich The Kid in class for yourself below.
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