If his latest feature is to be believed, Rich Boy may soon have to revise his stage name. Unreleased cut We Like It, leaked via Twitter this past Friday, finds the Alabama mainstay and singer/songwriter Rico Love so enchanted by a mysterious female that they’re willing to empty their pocketbooks to get her to take it all off. Jim Jonsin gets bodies moving with a chilly, club-ready beat packed with plenty of his signature synth burbles as Rich Boy delivers his scatterbrained tale of stunting, seduction and chemically-assisted debauchery: “Haters losin’, women choosin’, look my rims are so amusin’/ get that paper, keep it movin’, I’m so high this sh*t’s confusing.” As you’d expect, Rico Love excels in the wingman/hookman role, topping the record off with a memorable, sing-along chorus. Fans have been waiting quite a while for word on Rich Boy’s forthcoming sophomore album but, if the rapper continues turning in new material this ear-pleasing, it can’t be much longer till the gears start moving. Keep it locked to the Booth for all the latest!
Written by richard on 11/29/09
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