Hold up—ain’t B.o.B the guy who told us to “forget about the price tag,” because “it ain’t about the cha-ching, cha-ching?” Indeed he is. But according to Article 5, Section 8 of the Hip-Hop Constitution (also known as the 2Pac Clause), a rapper has the right to contradict previous verses, so long as it sounds dope and reflects where his or her head is currently at. On the newly-released third single off his junior set, the ATL heavyweight does a complete 180 on the topic of worldly wealth, announcing, “All I Want is money.” Cam Wallace and Rock City craft a minimal synth beat to back Bobby Ray as he runs down his shopping list, introducing live strings on the record’s sweeping chorus. Fans will be able to find this cut, previous single Ready and much more on Underground Luxury, scheduled to hit record stores and online retailers December 17. In the meantime, why not take a listen to our recently-featured playlist, 20 B.o.B. Songs Before He Was Famous?
Written by richard on 11/5/13
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