Words like “materialism” and “greed” generally carry a negative connotation, but is it so wrong to dream of a better life? Rising rap star Kirko Bangz, for example, doesn’t ask for much—just a house on the top of a hill, a yacht, some diamond chains, a few stacks of hundreds to make it rain at his local strip club, and so on. On new single Rich, Jevon Hill, Stanley Green and Rock City‘s luxurious, keyboard-led boardwork sets the mood as Kirko shares his fantasies of high-rollerdom. Def Jam crooner August Alsina provides an effervescent guest hook. Fans will be able to find this smooth selection and much more on the headliner’s studio debut, Bigger Than Me, coming soon via LMG/Unauthorized Ent./Warner Bros.
Update: We have added the Itchy House Films-directed visuals for Kirko Bangz’ Rich single.
Written by richard on 07/23/14
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