Rich Boy is looking to continue the hot streak he kicked off with his ‘07 debut and continued with last year’s Bigger Than The Mayor mixtape with the release of his sophomore LP, Buried Alive. Sipping champagne in his Range Rover as he checks out all the attractive females, Rich Boy sends a message to all the haters who would try and hinder him in his climb to the top: It’s Over. Employing a more aggressive delivery than ever before, it’s clear the Mobile, Alabama native refuses to be seen as a “one-hit wonder” any longer. We already know Drumma Boy as one of the industry’s top beatsmiths, but here he truly lives up to his name, backing his synth-electric guitar instrumental with a full-drum-set rhythm. Buried Alive has yet to receive a solid release date—keep it locked to the Booth for further details.
Written by Burmy on 04/2/09
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