Although his record releases have been sporadic, mostly due to a recorded album getting the Detox treatment, Rich Boy has managed to remain relevant in the rap game, parlaying a staying power into buzz for the release of his long-awaited sophomore album. The latest song release from the set is Break The Pot, a party-going, decadent tune, which falls in line with the Alabama native’s non-Throw Some D’s past cataloged material. Atop the grandiose Mista Raja, Sef Millz, and D. Smitty boardwork, Rich Boy drops a liquor-doused, potent 16, complimented nicely by guest feature Hemi’s energetic, speedy flow. While you wait for the eOne signee’s album release, which currently lacks a title, why not jump back to December and listen to RB’s last feature, Glasses In The Air.
Written by Lucas G. on 01/15/13
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