On the same day Young Thug drops Slime Season, Rich Homie Quan coincidentally drops a project of his own called DTSpacely Made This. Produced entirely by DTSpacely, Quan handles nine out of the ten tracks by himself with the only lending hand coming from Migos' Offset. DTSPacely Made This continues Quan's strong year that also included the standout mixtape, If You Ever Think I Will Stop Going In Ask Royal Rich. Stream the new project below.

After dropping Tha Tour: Part 1 mixtape last year, Rich Homie Quan and Young Thug were riding the fast track to superstardom as Rich Gang. With Birdman behind them, the two could do no wrong and Tha Tour: Part 1 was easly one of the most well-received projects of 2014. Unfortunately, the honeymoon didn't last too long. In February, RHQ announced he was stepping away from Rich Gang to "get back to Quan" in an interview on Atlanta's Hot 107.9.

Shortly after the interview, Young Thug performed as part of Travi$ Scott's "Rodeo" tour and took a shot at his former Rich Gang partner calling him, "Bitch Homie Quan." While on ESPN, Rich Homie revealed that he was hurt by the comment. "“To be honest, not to get in my feelings, it hurt. Not hurt as in I’m gonna cry, but dog, bro, I would never disrespect you, point blank period, especially when we have each other’s numbers," he said. "There’s certain stuff you do and certain stuff you don’t do. It’s a certain way you do things. That’s not one of the ways I would’ve done it.”