Rich Chigga made his mark on the rap game in 2016 when he released "Dat Stick." While the Indonesian rapper could've easily been regarded as a hot commodity at the time, he proved he had more to offer to the rap game. He's received co-signs from legends such as Ghostface Killah as well as the respect of some of his peers like Keith Ape and XXXTENTACION. All of the loose singles he's dropped off have been in anticipation of his debut project.

Rich Chigga hit social media up to announce his debut project, Amen alongside the cover art and release date. The project is set to drop on February 2nd. At this point, he hasn't revealed the tracklist but that'll probably surface closer to the drop date. This year, he proved himself as an artist with singles like "Glow Like Dat," and "Chaos." In addition, he recently got 21 Savage on his track "Crisis" as well as drop a video for it which hopefully ends up a single on the album.

Over the past year, he's made bigger waves including his debut American performance at Rolling Loud in Miami as well as embarking on two separate headlining tours. The most recent being the "Come To My Party" tour which was recently concluded in Los Angeles on November 21st. Along with that, 88Rising announced the "Double Happiness" mini-tour which include Chigga, Joji, Keith Ape and Higher Brothers performing in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco in the upcoming year.

Check the album art and Instagram post below: