Rich Homie Quan appeared on Tim Westwood TV and stepped up to the plate for a freestyle. While the Atlanta rapper says that he doesn't freestyle, he managed to go at it for over 16 minutes while tackling multiple beats. Bryson Tiller's "Exchange," Gucci Mane's "Pillz," Tupac's "Ambition Az a Ridah," and Nas' "If I Ruled the World" were Tim Westwood's instrumentals of choice here.

Kicking things off with Bryson Tiller's "Exchange," Rich Homie Quan threw a little shout out to Tiller before jumping into the freestyle

"This what happens when I drank my juice/Double cup I'm sipping, yup/Actavis and getting rough/Next time we fuck have a threesome with them bitches, yup/Drop down to my knees every night and say a sinner's prayer/Lord please save her for me/Natural, don't do no makeup for me/I'll make it rain in every club, don't guess you got a table for me/Customers I keep 'em waiting for/Those double cups you know they waiting for me/Half pint, I pour it up/Can't even tell you the last day I was sober," Rich Homie Quan raps.

The beat kept going and going before Rich Homie Quan had to request that they switch it up. Gucci Mane, Tupac and Nas were on the docket for the next rounds. While he began to lose some steam, the Rich Gang member did pretty well for coming off the top of his head. Quan is known more for his melodies, which led to some rough spots along the way. Still, the "Flex (Ooh, Ooh, Ooh)" rapper did an admirable job when put to the test.

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