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Buried Alive is the long-delayed sophomore album from Rich Boy, he of "Throw Some D's" fame. Rich Boy has been working on Buried Alive for the better part of two years with producer Polow Da Don, who produced the bulk of his debut album. In interviews, Rich Boy said that the title doesn't refer to a horror theme--it's about his family members who are in prison, who he says, are essentially buried alive because they are alive, but they have no lives. It's not clear if Rich Boy can pull off a theme that's that deep, considering his biggest hit is about rims, but if he can, he could prove that ringtone rappers are capable of more than what's assumed.   

Young Dro - P.O.L.O. (Players Only Live Once) Kings of Convenience Declaration of Dependence

man i loved his first album ever since dat man been waitin on this album to hit, i ready tooo hear it

rosa cobos

i loved the 1st album , and the mixtapes bigger than the mayor 1 and 2.. i really enjoyed kool aid,kush and convertibles... i ready for the new album buried alive nd i also heard it was suppose to be named the life and times of cartier benjamin....when is it coming out


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