For a Rich The Kid appearance on your song prepare to pay a handsomely.

From the look of things, it’s clear that Rich The Kid ain’t messing around in 2020. The ATL rapper took to his Instagram this week to bring to notice to fellow rappers that they’re going to have to pay up for a feature this year. In fact he says it’s going to cost their labels $120,000 and preferably cash too if they want him on their song.

“Artist tell ya labels ya want me for your features $120K bring the cash” he wrote while leaving a shrugging emoji with it (checkout screen grab below).

I’m pretty sure there will exist a situations where he’ll give a discount to fellow peers & friends, as seen recently with him and NBA Youngboy, but either way Rich The Kid looks to be channeling his focus this year.

Adding to NBA Youngboy, Rich The Kid was also recently seen in the studio with some conspicuous artists, including Diddy, Meek Mill, Future, Fat Joe, Mary J. Blige, Bryson Tiller among others. The artist were all reportedly helping DJ Khaled on his upcoming soundtrack to Bad Boys 4 Life, which is dropping Jan 17th. Spin the pic and trailer below.