Rich Boy – How Many Rappers Got a track called “What It Do”

Rich Boy

01. The Madness
02. Role Models Feat. David Banner & Attitude
03. Boy Looka Here
04. Throw Some D’s Feat. Polow Da Don
05. What It Do Feat. Cutty
06. Good Things Feat. Polow Da Don and Keri
07. Hustla Ball Gangsta Mack
08. Touch That Ass
09. On The Regular
10. Gangsta’ Feat. Mark Twain
11. Get To Poppin
12. And I Love You Feat. Big Boi & Pastor Troy
13. Lost Girls Feat. Keri & Rock City
14. Ghetto Rich Feat. John Legend
15. Let’s Get This Paper
16. Throw Some D’s (Remix) Feat. Andre 3000, Jim Jones, Nelly, Murphy Lee & The Game

I’m tired of Rappers thinking that production is gonna save them. Granted, it’s 50% of the track but that doesn’t meant you can bombard my ears with fuckery. This dude rich boy who resembles one of them characters from the movie Mac & Me basically put down the beat machine and picked up the mic. On his debut self titled album Rich Boy covers the basic criteria any flash in the pan southern rapper will do the first time around. Super producer Polow Da Don (Black Eyed Peas in house phenom) covers most of the production while Needlz and Lil’ Jon cover the rest. When it comes to the musical side of the album your 808′s will definitely go to use. Back to the lyrics, this dude basically sucks…he only serves as a simpleton who accompanies hot ass beats. His drawl tries to cover the simplicity he spews but it doesn’t succeed. I would only recommend you spend 5 dollars on the bootleg just to take the truck out for a spin when you’re down south cruising and you want that bass to get the attention of some freak….as if the truck couldn’t do that already.

9 Responses to “Rich Boy – How Many Rappers Got a track called “What It Do””

  1. cashmere Says:
    March 12th, 2007 at 10:05 am

    Ya know, I have a soft spot for Rich Boy. Maybe I’m growing complacent; but this rap shit is what it is. We’re not rappers, so we can either fuck with it or listen to Jay’s Vol. 2. I listen to it. There’s nothing like a hot ass track and a nonsense catchy hook. Makes good for getting dressed in the morning. By no means, is the shit hot, but I’ll fuck with it as long as I can THROW SOME D’S ON THAT SHIT.

  2. R.Kelly's Lawyer Says:
    March 12th, 2007 at 11:28 am

    I rather throw other CD’S ON THAT SHIT. I guess Im one of those stubborn closed-minded NYker’s that still gives a damn about the lyrics.

    Its a sad day when the Parody of a track sounds better than the original. Rappers like this feel hip hop is just a hustle. They dont care about the music and it shows—through their crappy ass albums. Sry G.o.a.t. but I think a “bootleg” is too high of a rating for this bojangles-esque nonsense.

    Cant wait until you review MIMS..

  3. cashmere Says:
    March 12th, 2007 at 11:53 am

    i think new yorkers are a little uptight when it comes to this rap shit.

  4. R.Kelly's Lawyer Says:
    March 12th, 2007 at 12:16 pm

    A lil bit of talent is too much to ask for. We all know ya’ll move keys and drive Benz’es. ok now what else?

    Dont get me wrong, I dont think New York is the only talent pool in the game. There is alot of talent outside of the 5 boroughs. One of my favorite rap groups–of recent time is from the South (Lil Brother). And there are a bunch of NY artist whom albums are trash also (Im sure MIMS gonna make the list). Im not biased towards south rappers however I dislike trend-following rappers that write simple bullshyt and go shop for beats.

    Maybe I am a lil uptight, Im from an era when it was cool to be original and actually put a good album— not just the hot party single. Rich Boy’s album sounds like nothing more than a hustle and he sounds very ignorant and coonery. The reason I gave his album a listens is because I liked the single and i was hoping for more.

  5. Beggar Says:
    March 12th, 2007 at 1:12 pm

    Yo I dont even need to read the post or listen to the album…. Im good maybe later…

  6. Briinx Says:
    March 12th, 2007 at 11:33 pm

    The South is entertainment. Though entertaining; not a drop of substance. Let’s respect it for what it is. Barack Obama for President… of the St. Johns Recreation Center.

  7. NativeAmericanIndianX Says:
    March 13th, 2007 at 6:35 am

    I’m not a hater if its hot ‘i like’ but this guy is almost certainly a one and done Yung Joc squared, better yet divided by 2. I don’t need to hear his album to figure that out. If he’s sincerely in it to make some quick show money and get some spins on the radio i have to respect his hustle. Its just wack that the quality is so low that they have to give this shit away cause i’m not buyin. I love the beat and i think hiphop makes more stars out of producers nowadays than rappers cause thats where the talent and the creativity is. I can honestly say i have no idea what he’s saying at all on his verses( all jokes aside). That’s why i mess with Kanye cause atleast he puts an effort to make s%#t creative. Just my 2 cents

  8. NativeAmericanIndianX Says:
    March 13th, 2007 at 6:37 am

    Hip hop artist in 2007 “Make me a star please” Hip hop producer in 2007 CHACHING!!

  9. Mr. Happy 2 B Here! Says:
    March 13th, 2007 at 2:09 pm

    New Yorkers aren’t uptight about hip hop, the south are one hit wonders. Unless ur name is T.I. or Outkast, then good luck! And my family roots are from the south but I’m born and raised in NYC, BROOKLYN to be exact.

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