The rapper formerly known as Rich Chigga, Rich Brian, has finally released his full-length debut album, ‘Amen’. Rich Brian, real name Brian Imanuel, first took the world by storm with his viral hit ‘Dat $tick’ back in 2016 – at the age of 16. Now 18 and based in the United States of America, Indonesia’s hottest export has had fan clamouring for a full-length album for some time now, and the announcement late last year came at the most opportune time as Brian was truly beginning to take off.

What’s more, you can actually listen to the whole album on YouTube! Check it out below.

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