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Polo G Taps Nicki Minaj, Pop Smoke, & Roddy Ricch for ‘Hall of Fame’

todayJune 3, 2021

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Polo G has revealed the tracklist for his new album Hall of Fame.

In addition to the hit “RAPSTAR,” which spent two weeks atop the Billboard Hot 100, the 20-track set includes heavy-hitters like Lil Wayne, Roddy Ricch, DaBaby, Rod Wave, Young Thug, G Herbo, Lil Durk, and The Kid Laroi. Fivio Foreign and the late Pop Smoke join the Chicago rapper on “Clueless,” while Polo G introduces Scorey, the first artist signed to his label Capalot/ODA Records, on “Broken Guitars.”

The Queen herself Nicki Minaj also makes a cameo on “For the Love of New York.” “Can’t wait for you to hear what we did together,” Nicki told fans. “I’m so in love with this song.”

Hall of Fame marks the follow-up to last year’s critically-acclaimed THE GOAT. “I usually Don’t Even Tap in For Features But This Time around I’m like fuck it I went & Gat sum hard ass records W All of my personal Favorite Artist & Future Hall Of Famers in my book,” said Polo G.

Hall of Fame arrives June 11. See the tracklist below.

Hall of Fame Tracklist

1. “Painting Pictures”
2. “RAPSTAR”
3. “No Return” feat. Kid Laroi & Lil Durk
4. “Toxic”
5. “Epidemic”
6. “GANG GANG” feat. Lil Wayne
7. “Boom”
8. “Black Hearted”
9. “Broken Guitars” feat. Scorey
10. “GNF (OKOKOK)”
11. “Go Part 1” feat. G Herbo
12. “Heart of a Giant” feat. Rod Wave
13. “Zooted Freestyle”
14. “Party Lyfe” feat. DaBaby
15. “Losses” feat. Young Thug
16. “So Real”
17. “Fame & Riches” feat. Roddy Ricch
18. “For the Love of New York” feat. Nicki Minaj
19. “Clueless” feat. Pop Smoke & Fivio Foreign
20. “Bloody Canvas”

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