Rich Boy Quotes
I feel like it really helped my music. It kept it so I didn't just write one way or whatever. I didn't write music just for the clubs, or when your going through stuff. Or when you're just going through anything like just a rough trial in your life. I write about things and stuff like that. Growing up in the hood I rap about certain topics that I wouldn't have rapped about if I hadn't grown up there.
I couldn't see myself always doing the same thing, ya know? It's like, I wanted some kind of transition. Growing up in hood life, it would be a great goal for me to go to college. So I wanted to be the first guy out of my group to go to college. I applied for college, and got in.
I felt like the rap game was a saturated with that kind of stuff. I knew I had to do a couple songs about cars and women 'cause it's whats hot. It is what's up. So um, I have a song called "ghetto rich" and it's all about racial profiling, and how it is to be black as a whole. I have a song about why one of my partners died, and why they died. Certain things like that. A million dollars can be middle class today, and a lot of people think that million is rich. With my name being Rich Boy, I try to educate with that. I have a song about the war, and about how they hunted Saddam. Political, real stuff.
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