Published on April 14th, 2019 | by Jerry Doby


RiFF RAFF – Pink Python

Houston rapper RiFF RAFF debuts his new album PiNK PYTHON. PiNK PYTHON is a follow up to RiFF’s 2018 project Alcoholic Alligator.

The Neon Icon is back with a new 9-track which gained a significant buzz after the release of  “TiP TOE 3” with Billboard chart-topping artist Chief Keef. Hot New Hip-Hop wrote, “RiFF RAFF’s voice is sort of hypnotic here. He’s grown as an artist, expanding his catalog to include songs like this one. While the lyrical content is nothing special, RiFF RAFF adopts a softer style for his latest tip-toeing track. While both RiFF and Keef can be hit-or-miss these days, this collab isn’t too shabby at all.”

Overall Rating: 4/5 Some of the most entertaining music I’ve heard this year!!! ~ JD

“TiP TOE 3” was followed up by “WHAT DOES iT MEAN TO BE A QUEEN” which highlights RiFF’s exploration in sound with PiNK PYTHON. The album features guest verses by underground legends J-Dawg (“QUARTER MiLL EVERY NiGHT”) and Wu-Tang Clan affiliate Killah Priest (“iNDiANA BOBBY KNiGHT HOOSiERS”), a far cry from previous albums which included mainstream rap artists like Gucci Mane and Action Bronson. Listeners will be enthralled by the same humor and bravado that made Neon Icon and Peach Panther noteworthy projects. “I personally think this album is better than ‘Peach Panther’ and second only to ‘Neon Icon,” wrote RiFF RAFF on Instagram.

To commemorate the release of PiNK PYTHON RiFF RAFF collaborated with Miracle Flow for a limited edition mullet shampoo called Dale Dan Tony.

PiNK PYTHON features other standout tracks entitled, “I Just Bought a Brick From Christina Aguilera,” and  “8 Pounds of the Drake.” PiNK PYTHON can be streamed on all major streaming services. For updates and more information about RiFF RAFF please refer to the links below.

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