PHOENIX, AZ – Former Black Wall Street superstar, Richie Evans was back in the studio with his long-time friend and mentor The Game for the release of his new single "Phatty". This is Richie’s first single release from his upcoming album titled, "The Commitment" set to release this November.
Rap fans know Richie Evans formerly as "Juice McCain" who was one of the first artists that The Game signed to his record label, Black Wall Street. Richie got his big break when he was discovered by The Game in 2007. Richie gave Game his demo tape and he immediately added him to his tour and signed him to his label the following day.
Since his very first mixtape release, Richie Evans has always got support from hip hop’s A-list. His first project had features from Ice Cube, Lil Wayne, and Nas and he later went on to add T.I. to his list of featured supporters.
Richie’s first mix tape dropped in 2008, and was nominated for four Justos Mixtape Awards. After his second mix tape received nearly 1.5 million downloads, he began to receive a lot of media attention and even went on to perform at The BET Hip Hop Awards and The Late Show with David Letterman.