Interscope recording artist Rich Boy rose from behind the scenes producer to major label rapper in less than three years. After he saw immediate triumph from the Polow da Don produced hit single, Throw Some D’s, the Alabama native released song after song from his self-titled debut, in hopes he could match his initial success. Unfortunately, despite the DJBooth favorite, Ghetto Rich (Remix), Rich Boy never lived up to those damn D’s. With a boat load of acclaim and several big name industry figures behind him, however, this versatile MC is ready to embark on his next project. On April 15, he will release a mixtape entitled, Bigger Than The Mayor, which features all brand new songs including the ‘excuse me for bragging’ banger, Haters Wish.
Written by DJ Z on 03/13/08
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