As Mobile, Alabama-native, Rich Boy prepares his sophomore album (tentatively titled Buried Alive), a better-late-than-never, remixed version of Ghetto Rich has been properly released. Following Throw Some D’s, Boy Looka Here, Good Things and Let’s Get This Paper, it is clear what direction RB will be taking with his music in 2008. Intact from the original are Rich’s first verse, the singing of John Legend and a sharp beat from Polow da Don; added to heighten the quality-level are two of the game’s best lyricists, Nas and Lil’ Wayne. Since the Heart of Dixie has been a centerpiece to African-American history, Rich Boy’s Southern roots are a fitting release to help kick off Black History Month.
Written by Burmy on 02/5/08
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"What It Do ft. Lil' Jon, Sean P & Cutt" (2007)
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