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Rich Boy - Rich Boy (Explicit Version)
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Title
 
Rich Boy (Explicit Version)
UPC
 
60251724686
Genre
 
Rap/Hip Hop
Released
 
2007-03-20
Track Listing
1
 
The Madness (3:04)
2
 
Role Models (3:49)
3
 
Boy Looka Here (3:51)
4
 
Throw Some D's (4:23)
5
 
What It Do (3:41)
6
 
Good Things (4:22)
7
 
Hustla Balla Gangsta Mack (4:06)
8
 
Touch That Ass (3:45)
9
 
On the Regular (3:39)
10
 
Gangsta (Interlude) (2:42)
11
 
Get to Poppin' (3:18)
12
 
And I Love You (4:31)
13
 
Lost Girls (3:57)
14
 
Ghetto Rich (4:02)
15
 
Let's Get This Paper (8:59)
16
 
Throw Some D's (Remix) (5:51)
Notes / Reviews

Rich Boy is the self-titled debut album by southern rapper Rich Boy. The album was released on March 13, 2007. The original title was "Product of tha Hustle" when "Throw Some D's" played on Music Choice. A promo/street single released in 2005 was "Get to Poppin'." His debut single is "Throw Some D's" produced by and featuring Polow da Don. The remix of Throw Some D's features Nelly, Jim Jones, Andre 3000, The Game, Murphy Lee and Lil Jon.

The album debuted at #3 on the Billboard 200 with 112,000 copies sold.Katie Hasty, , Billboard.com, March 21, 2007. By the week of June 17, 2007, 332,000 copies had sold., HipHopDX.com

References

Category:2007 albums

Category:Albums produced by Polow da Don

Category:Albums produced by Lil Jon

Category:Debut albums

Category:Interscope Records albums

Category:Rich Boy albums





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Artist/Band Information

Maurice Richards (born September 2, 1983), better known by his stage name Rich Boy, is an American rapper from Mobile, Alabama. He is best known for the hit single "Throw Some D's". His self-titled debut album was released in early 2007.

Background

Early career

Richards dropped out of his studies of mechanical engineering at Tuskegee University in order to concentrate on trying to rap. Rich Boy signed a contract with Zone 4 through Interscope Records and started to work on his debut album. In the meantime, he snuck onto one of Ludacris' Disturbing tha Peace compilations and on a few mix tapes, such as Comeback Season by Canadian rapper Drake and Da Bottom, Vol. 5 by DJ Ideal and Jermaine Dupri.

2007: Self titled debut album

On March 13, 2007, Rich Boy released his self-titled debut album, with the singles "Throw Some D's," "Boy Looka Here," "Good Things", and "Let's Get This Paper". "Throw Some D's" reached #6 on the Billboard Hot 100, #3 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, and #2 on the Hot Rap Tracks chart. "Boy Looka Here" and "Good Things" both peaked around #50 on the R&B chart.

2011: Resurrected In Diamonds

He recently released a single "Top of the World", part of the More Than A Game soundtrack album. Rich Boy's second album Resurrected in Diamonds is slated for a 2011 release. The first single is "She Luvs Me (She Luvs Mi Knot)" featuring Polow da Don and it was released on June 21, 2010.http Dr. Dre and Polow da Don produced on the album.http

Discography

Albums

Mixtapes

Solo singles

Soundtracks

As featured performer

References





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