Rich Boy: American Dreamin’

While working on his sophomore album, this Alabama MC phoned in to discuss Mardi Gras, Soulja Boy and his state’s rich Civil Rights legacy.

When Mobile, Alabama rapper Rich Boy dropped “Throw Some D’s” at the end of 2006, he proved an unknown artist from a small city in the Deep South could bring hip-hop down to his level. But when his self-titled debut dropped in March of 2007, a complex rapper who could shift from the pimped-out (“Good Things”) to the political (“Let’s Get This Paper”) emerged over Polow Da Don’s spastic musical directives. Looking towards the future, Rich Boy is currently recording his sophomore album (tentatively titled Buried Alive), which he promises will include more variety and the kind of political voice that only an artist from the state where Dr. Martin Luther King led the famous Montgomery Bus Boycott could produce. Who knows—maybe if the good doctor had never been assassinated, today he would be waving to the people, throwing out moon pies at Mobile’s traditional Mardi Gras parade.

How did growing up in Alabama, a state embedded with a history of Civil Rights struggle, shape you as a person?
Coming from where I come from, it just made you go harder when it come to anything that had to do with racism. You gotta push extra hard because of who you are. It’s crazy because every Martin Luther King Ave is a poor street and it’s always in the hood. My granddaddy went through all that crazy shit down here. You learn to deal with it and adapt and it actually makes you a stronger person.

Since entering the music business, have you seen more racism in the industry or at home?
The industry is more about that green. It ain’t black and white, it’s all about the dollar. But it’s a difference between when a black person drop a album and a white one, ’cause they somehow go platinum more times. It’s gonna be a long time ‘til we do away with racism though. It ain’t the same like back then. They smart now. They wear suits now, so it’s a tricky situation. You just gotta be able to spot it. They don’t wear all white sheets no more. It’s like they undercover police.

On “Let’s Get This Paper,” from your last album, you made some of the most poignant socio-economic statements of any artist last year. What made you write that song?
That was the biggest song to me—my personal best. That’s what I really represent as an artist. That came from the heart. It ain’t take no time to write that. I wanted my whole album to be like that, but that just happened to be the one song to make the final cut. I ain’t have that much control over that. I want to talk about real situations. Everybody ain’t got money. It’s more people that’s poor than rich. I wanna have that real connection with the fans, not just have them dig in they pockets to buy my CD. I wanna help a person make it through the day.

Who had the control over what types of songs made the cut? Where was the pressure coming from?
Coming from the top, I guess. Me and Polow did a lot of them songs. I know for a fact, though, I’ma have a lot more songs like that on the next one. I got this [remix] with Nas, Lil’ Wayne and John Legend I just did [for] “Ghetto Rich.” It’s about real struggle, racial profiling, police brutality and all that. I wanna do hit records and fun records too, but I wanna do the others too.

Does the Civil Rights legacy of Alabama influence your music?
It most definitely got an affect on my music. When you hear something like “Let’s Get This Paper” and “Ghetto Rich,” you can feel it. I try to be more motivational when talking about negative situations.

Have you experienced much racism personally, both before and since you became a rapper?
Hell yeah. First time I went to jail, I went to jail for being black in the wrong store. I had a pocket full of money, but the police just wanted to fuck with me. We did what he told us to do, we wasn’t loud or nothing. It just wasn’t his day so I ended up going to jail at 18. I got charged with disorderly conduct, just the most convenient thing for them. They was white police. Since I been rappin’, it’s been black police fucking with me, just outta jealousy. They be the worst ones, really. I was with a whole bunch of girls and had a soda in my hand. This black cop was like, “I don’t give a fuck who you is.” He made me poor my soda out, just to fuck with me.

A lot of people still don’t know your hometown Mobile has the original Mardi Gras in the United States – older than New Orleans. After spotlighting the celebration in the “Boy Looka Here” video last year, do you expect more out of towners this year?
A lotta people been askin’ me about it and say they tryna to come down, so we feel it’s gonna be really big this year. They surprised we have something that big in a city so small. New Orleans’ Mardi Gras is more caucasian. Ours is more like all the hoods comin’ together. It’s all mixed together—real good blend. We be out cookin’ in the streets We have all the black [marching] bands come down. All the people love it. It’s just real entertainment, a real moment. You gotta be there to catch it; you gotta smell all the food and all of that. We got the moon pies—that’s the signature thing they throw off the float. They throw moon pies right at the people. You ’posed to catch it, but people be drunk just throwin’ it hard as they can. The cars look just like the floats. You gonna see some things you agree with, and things you don’t agree with. It’s real colorful.

Mobile’s Mardi Gras also has a unique culture of secret social clubs who coronate the festivities, right?
Yeah, they have different balls, like the Kappas might have a ball. And they got different social clubs with different floats. You got your Mardi Gras king and queen. I ain’t never been Mardi Gras king. I think you gotta be part of them clubs, but I ain’t never been in one. Different businesses got social clubs for networking, or it get passed down generations through families.

What’s the biggest misconception people have about Alabama and Southern hip-hop in general?
I feel like, we do a lot of party records and some people be real ignorant, but we know just as much as people from other areas. That’s just what we do – it’s more a feeling when we in the booth than trying to get some point across. I feel like, that ain’t all we know how to do, but that’s all we showing. But we got people like OutKast, T.I., Lil’ Wayne, Scarface, who go in the booth and really get a point across. That’s the real hip-hop part of the South. A lot of other people just do the party records, ‘cause that’s what they think gonna sell. That’s how they gonna get out the hood. It turn into a green game, but that’s the problem. Once people start loving it again, they gonna do it whether they got a check or not. We gotta make the people love it—like really love it. Even the R&B game ain’t the same no more. They ain’t singin’ with soul no more like Curtis Mayfield and Al Green and ‘em—and they did a whole song all on one take, one reel. Wasn’t no editing.

The party records get a lot of spins, but it seems like they don’t move albums. On the other hand, OutKast and Wayne do sell albums. If it’s about money, why do you think people aren’t making albums as deep as those artists?
First of all, they don’t know the truth about the game. They see us on TV with cars and all these pretty girls and shit, and they think that’s all it is. So they say, “If we get this one hit, we on.” But you only get one hit, you really in trouble, ’cause you gotta pay all that back. People who do all the party music, they don’t study Soundscan and all that. They just want a hit, but a hit don’t do shit. A deal ain’t shit. A deal don’t mean nothing. It just mean they passin’ you the ball. Now you gotta make the shots to win. But a lotta of these people ain’t making the shots. They makin’ just one shot, and that don’t win the game.

So how do you feel about Soulja Boy taking the hook from “Throw Some D’s” for a song that doesn’t exactly encourage academic achievement?
I think he just young and having fun with it. When you at that age, you do what’s fun. I don’t think nobody want no Ds on they report card, though. But I ain’t taking that serious ’cause he like ten times younger than me. I just let him do his thing. Hopefully he’ll mature and just get bigger and better.

  • Ashton

    first Rich boy holding it down for the south

  • http://www.OPPF.org INVICTUS

    He spoke some truth to word. Please people recognize that the industry is the reason behind all of the music that we hear. If they want a “Eat a Dick motha fucka” record, then better believe they’re gonna get it.

    -ROO-

    To the QUEs

    • Mr.Wang

      Co-Sign

      Fuck the white man!

      • DevilintheFlesh

        “Since I been rappin’, it’s been black police fucking with me, just outta jealousy. They be the worst ones, really.”

        U ignant Mr. Wang.

        • Mr.Wang

          Is that right? Well thats fucked up my man.

          I agree with what you sayin’, I feel ya.

          But don’t call me ignant nigga. That don’t fly wit me my nigga.

          Shut the fuck up and just state ya comment nigga.

        • Shut the fuck up

          You dumb cunt, racism is a cycle, fuck the white man? Fuck you nigga!

          Wheres the peace you ignant motha fucker?

        • Mr.Wang

          BITCH!

          ASS!

          NIGGA!

          Shutup bitch gogle!

          If ya can’t gogle shutup bitch swallow!

          Straight out of ya girls pussy wit my big ol dick!

        • pistolgrip

          dog u lame as shit. number 1: u ignortant, ho. number 2: if u finna insult somebody dont use some other rapper’s lyrics. shits weak. come up wit ur own shit, sorryass

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  • elevatormusic

    WORD.

  • British B

    He talking the truth some real talk 4 1nce. I hope he can maintain in this game n be somthing for his folks down there in alabama 2 aspire to 4real.

    Justy hope he dont make those mason type motherfcukers like nas and jiga get his plans and tell it to there keeper..

  • niggafrommemphis

    I like your syle bro,good luck and I hope it’s bumpin.ANd one mo thang,polow ain’t the only producer in the world.He can fuck all the white hos’ he want to,but you never put our sistas down.Polow is going to get a real reality check when he get played like O.J.

  • swang on em

    niggafrommemphis

    was that really necessary? I thought we had the right to choose in this world?

    You just massed up one of the best interviews I have read in a while.

    Shame on you.

    I still remember Reading about Rich Boy back in the day as a beat maker. Dude truly got my vote as a rapper.

  • JAY STONE

    I aint feeling this nigaa but at least he is 200% better than that faggot lil wayne.
    what i like about this nigga is that he put more shit in his music and don`t talks about crank this crank that,laffy this laffy that and all the typical southern bullshit and what have you.

    • H.A

      you sound like a hatin as nigga, with a small mind.crab ass, stop hatin cause you ant shit!

  • ChevyBoy

    FUCK. Nigga surprised me man. He talkin that real talk patna…yo if there were more southern rappers like this no-one’d get it twisted. But hey, it is wat it is…Full Surface!

  • really???

    disorderly conduct?

    made him pour his soda out?

    that’s some hardcore shit

    on let’s get this paper, this nigga says,”my mouth is my money maker” if anything ever needed a “no homo”, it was that

  • really???

    more lyrics from “let’s get this paper”

    >they tore down the projects, so where we gon move next?

    uh, how about a house, an apartment, or a trailer or somethin

    >they taking the food stamps, they stopping the government checks

    OOOOHH NNOOOOOO!!!!!!!, i dont want to have to get a job!!!!

    • http://www.youheardthatnew.com Cannon

      Bullshit

      A lot of hood kids drop out of school due to smarts or more pressing issues, or they just aren’t born into the best situations. They grow up living check to check in section 8 housing and CANNOT get better jobs because of their lack of education. Then you have hood teenage pregnancy and who’s going to hire a single GED-less black teen mother? Nobody.

      It’s easy for us to sit here and type on our $1000 laptops and desktops, from our homes, apts, and good paying jobs and say “get a job lil nigga!” but it’s NEVER that simple.

      • $TALK

        THATS SOME TRUE SHIT CANNON,TRUE SHIT

    • uneek

      the fuck you think niggas live in the projects fo? if they could buy houses or pay rent for apartments somewhere they would. if they could pay all they bills and still enough to buy food to cook hot meals every night they would. but they dont. so when they tear down projects, shut down school, take food stamps and what have you what the fuck you supposed to do? put yourself in that situation whoever the fuck you are. may God bless you. chuuuuuch.

  • NAWLEDGE

    He spoke the truth. I hope up northern niggas read this and realize that there is a lot more to southern rap than laffy taffy and Folja Toy garbage ass.

    • nellz

      WTF is a Folja Toy?

  • http://www.xxlmag.com/?p=18587 Jaymc1988@yahoo.com

    But it’s a difference between when a black person drop a album and a white one, ’cause they somehow go platinum more times
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    ok the platinum white artists are all towards either.. young kids(pop) or older white folks (country pop or that dautery shit) they dont send negative messages.. now u figure in the rap game eminem goes plat cuz hes a fuckin beast.. i didnt c paul wall goin plat i didnt see lil whyte goin plat i didnt see anyother white rapper goin plat and em. hasnt even came out witta album soo talkin bout hiphop records goin plat over white artists from different music genres is crazy bec its 2 different lifestyles.. many many ppl dont like rap cuz of the language n storytellin.. but if we want our shit 2 sell stop cussin n talkin bout all that other bullshit… n rich boy u aint sellin cuz u jus suck!! thats bout it pz

  • Famous Since 1977

    That Nigga Aint Real… He Talks a Good Game! He Fuck Over All The Niggas That Rode Wit Him B4 He Hit It Ian Fletcher,Nick @ Nite(The Nigga That Introduced Him To Polo and Played All His Songs) His 1st Dj (Kool.Laid) And Even His Own Brother… But Hey Dude Did His Thang But Time Will Tell All And He Will see His Old Potna’s Again…

  • T-SLEAZY

    THIS MAG HAS SUCKED DICK THE LAST FEW WEEKS.get the old editor back or fire the new one

  • yourFATazzMAMA

    Man, juss go to school, or get or GED, and and a job dat u will stick wit for a while so it will look good in your job resume, dats how u get a decent job. If u want a high paying job, then go to college and u will find a good azz one in no time. Dats whut the problem deez days, too many niggaz always wanna take a shortcut and slang, rather then juss to get a job or go to school.

    And I respect Rich Boy even more when he said this: I want to talk about real situations. Everybody ain’t got money. It’s more people that’s poor than rich. I wanna have that real connection with the fans, not just have them dig in they pockets to buy my CD. I wanna help a person make it through the day.

    He’s one of the few artist dat care bout his people, not about himself. Juss listen to his first CD and u kno whut Im talkin about

  • http://AHH Ruste Juxx

    some people are BORN in the projects homie…generations of this shit..just like people born into generations of wealth..if it was easy for people to get a house, then they wouldnt be in the projects…everybody that live in the projects arent ignorant and lack education…some just got a dealt a bad hand and waiting for the next draw…

  • SOUTHERNBREED

    that’s what i’ve been talking about.
    everybody from the south isn’t ignorant.
    i’m frm tuscaloosa,alabama and alabama has a high rate of intelligent students and 5 black colleges rack high in SAT scores in the nation.
    my lil’cousin goes to Spellman and he is goin for a degree in law practice.
    my other lil’cousin is graduting this year and he is going to Albany State going for a degree in business.
    we were bon and raised in the projects and look at how they are doing.
    I’m sick of hearing everybody talking about the south is ignorant.
    its ignorant people all over the world.
    shout out to rich boy!

  • TRIZZY

    PROPS TO HIM FOR HIS HISTORY KNOWLEDGE,AS FAR AS HIM AS AN MC THAT NIGGA IS GARBARGE,THAT NIGGA LOOK LIKE FRANKENSTEIN ON THE MIC.

  • http://myspace.com/jfedah Jay-eF

    aight … that’s wsup rich boy!

    1

  • http://yahoo.com CaesarDuke

    Dude Spellman is an all girls college get cha facts corrected

    • SOUTHRNBREED

      CaesarDuke,
      i was in a rush and i left out the s.
      so it was my bad but,i got my facts correct.
      i was on my way to work and i decided to comment on this before i went to work.
      so for you, my female cousin is at spellman!

  • Rich Boy Da Man

    Ive rated rich boy from day one. He cd was bangin cant wait for Buried Alive. fuk there are some tools on this site stopin hatin.

  • Autumn

    yeah good interview rich boy seems like a good dude. but definately this mag site is going down hill havent put shit up in a couple days other than gossip magazine BS

  • CHUN

    I don’t lika a lot of southern music but I do really respect what he is saying. I’ma quit the hating like Bol has quit ladies

  • Trickdd

    I WAS SURPRISED OF HIS FIRST CD I DIDNT COP IT MY CUZ HAD IT IN HIS LEXUS WITH 2 12 W7 AND I LIKE IT ALOT HE HAS THAT DOWN SOUTH REAL SHIT

  • yourFATazzMAMA

    I didnt say the south’s not ignorant(if u were talkin to me), in fact the south has the most influence, and intellingent in America, (look at MLK, and Ray charles for music). Im talkin bout people who has a helpin hand and they refuse to take the hand cause they think they don’t need it, and they rather rob, and slang dope, and get caught up, and dat shit juss dont happen in the south, it happens everywhere u go

    Also go see the movie The Great Debater, dat movie will show u it has one of the smartest school in Texas

    • SOUTHERNBREED

      i wasn’t talking to you yourFATazzMAMA.
      i was talking about in general.
      everytime i get on here, i hear people dissing the south and saying we are the reason hip hop is dead and that we don’t know shit and we have no talent.
      to be real with you,i didn’t read your comment,so i didn’t know you said something.
      it’s straight.

  • SYKOTIC7

    IN RESPONSE TO-Rich Boy: American Dreamin’:
    IF YOU’RE A TRUE MUSIC FAN YOU CAN TELL THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN AN “ARTIST” AND A “RAPPER”. RICH BOY IS AN ARTIST. SOMEONE HAS TO SPEAK ABOUT SOCIAL ILLS OR SOMETHING BESIDES “GETTIN’ BREAD”. IT’S CALLED BALANCE. YOU GOTTA RESPECT SON FOR TAKING THAT STAND. EVERYONE DON’T HAVE THE BALLS OR INTELLIGENCE TO DO IT. DO YOUR MUSIC FAM. PEOPLE OUT THERE DO WANT TO HEAR THAT.

    P.S. I DON’T NEED TO SPEAK ABOUT THE RACISM. I LIVE IT. AT LEAST I WASN’T AROUND DURING SLAVERY AND THE SIXTIES! THAT WAS RACISM! READ A BOOK!

  • Trickdd

    TELL YOU THE TRUTH THE SOUTH RUNNIN SHIT AND I WOULD BE LIEING IF A SAYD OTHER WISE ONCE THE SOUTH DONE RUNNIN THIS SHIT IN LIKE 20 30 YEARS YOU CAN HAVE HIP HOP BACK THEN IT WELL BE DEAD SPOILD BITCHES THIS GANGSTA RAP YALL CAN HAVE HIP HOP WE DONT NEED YOUR SORRY ASS HIP HOP OPPINIONS KEEP HIP HOP IF HIP HOPS JUST NEW YORK MUSIC THEN DONT LISTEN TO THE SOUTHS MUSIC YOU CAN KEEP THAT HIP HOP TITLE IF IT MEANS SO MUCH PUSSYS. IM TIRED OFF EVERYBODYS OPPINION IF YOU FROM THE SOUTH ARE NOT ALOT OF YALL SOUND LIKE BITCHES AND AINT BOUT SHIT IN REALITY.

    • nellz

      lol the south is runnin what?…i was down in atlanta last week…and heard 20 garbage songs inna row…Chicago’s where the hip-hop is at. yall can stick to ur 9x white tees and a dance 4 every song…lol the south running hip hop…nigga u funny

  • Trickdd

    DONT GET MAD NIGGA U NO ITS THE TRUTH YALL JUST MAD COUSE WE GOT ALL THE REAL TALENT, I DIDNT SEE NOBODY HATE ON THAT LIP GLOSS IS POPPIN BITCH AS MUTCH AS SOULJA BOY JUST COUSE HE FROM THE SOUTH YALL WANNA GET MAD HATERS PERIOD. WHATS THAT CHICAGO SHIT OUT JOOK MUSIC LOL PLEASE NIGGA THE SOUTH BEEN DOING CRUNK SHIT YALL STEAL THE SOUTHS SOUND. WHAT 20 SONGS DID THEY PLAY THAT YOU LISTEN TO TELL YOU THE TRUTH I DONT LISTEN TO THE RADIO AT ALL IN MY WHIP I GOT A CD PLAYER SO I DONT HAVE ONE IDEAD WHAT 105 THE BEAT BEEN PLAYIN DOWN HEAR THE RADIO STATION WHERE IM FROM DONT PLAY UNCUT SONGS FUCK RADIO PERIOD AND WHAT DOES THAT RADIO STATION GOT TO DO WITH SOUTH MUSIC JUST COUSE THEY CANT PLAY THAT REAL SOUTH SHIT AINT MY FALT RIDE IN MY WHIP I GOT TONS OF CD’S FROM SOUTH NIGGAS THAT RIDE SOME OF YOUR FAVRIOT RAPPERS FROM THE CHI FUCK WITH THE SOUTH NIGGA SO WHAT YOU TALKIN BOUT AND CHICAGO DONT CONSTENTLY HAVE MATERIAL PUT LIKE THE SOUTH DO WE STAY ON ARE GRIND 365

  • nEminem

    in one interview rich boy says his name is ‘rich boy’ cause his dad’s uncle’s barber is named Richard; and in another one he goes its because his homies thought he had the best hustle and was gonna make it out the ghetto and be ‘rich’ with his mad skills.

    Richard Rich Boy a.k.a Dick Boy Rich actually jumped on hip hop’s dick while it was passing through the south. He rode it real hard while biting his favourite rappers pillow.

    Look at me, im richboy and im getting Lowwww, throw some D’s on me!

    At least soulja boy has a new dance and funky shades.

    But no worries, Rich boy is keeping it real, this is gangsta rap! We slangin those things in Alabama! remember there? doing drugs, girls and 26′s. Did anyone think of that? Cock riding straight to the bank with this homie.

    Out of respect for rich boy’s hustle, Jay-Z is reportedly leaving his fortune to rich boy when he dies after his last inevitable shit sandwich Kingdome Come 4 or 5.

    The money is in good hands. ‘With this money, every nigga in sweet ala-fuckin-bama can have a record deal, im a keep it real though’ says Rich boy, ‘if we dont sell records we can still go back to slanging them thangs’

    faggots ass cowboy niggas

    • MR.MIZZLE

      FAGGOT ASS COWBOY NIGGAS………UR FAKE ASS EMINEM WANNA BE ASS WOULD GET BITCH SLAPPED DOWN HERE IN ALABAMA.WE RIDING TRACTORS ON 24′Z BITCH THAT’S WHAT YOU THINK WE ALL COUNTRY.YOU WOULD GET SERVED FIRST AN OUT OF TOWNER TRYING TO TALK DOWN.YEA A COUNTRY MUTHAFUKA WITH ALL GOLD TEETH IN HIS MOUTH WOULD BITCH SLAP YA ASS.TAKE TRIP DOWN HERE IN TO MOB-TOWN AND SEE IF YOU BOUTY BOUTY FOOL……..FUCK NIGGA

    • http://www.myspace.com/nosweathiphop Nosweat

      You are really a funny cat first off the dude nickname comes from the fact that his daddy is Mr. Richardson he owns a liqur store in toulminville (the middle of the hood) people call his dad rich so when they see him they call him rich-boy that has nothing to do with money so stop speaking on thing you have no idea about. As far as Mobile go we do the same thing major cities do and yes it is a city You should come down and see it for yourself thats if you can handle it but anyways everything you said sounds like hate and you should pray about that cause black music is black music and Mobile is also the birth place of Hank Aaron I can go on for days about this but damn homie somethings are a waste of time Rich is the truth and the awards and the props speak for it self with or without you the albums will sell and hating ain’t what real niggas do tighten the fuck up

  • kormega

    I told ya one thang if y’all ain’t get it. Tha only reason Rich Boy album iz dope is Polow. Tha only fuckin one. Get any nigga from Bama, NO, Miami, Houston whateva and let ‘im flow on these beats – u got as well dope ass record. Coz most of this LP beats are bangin and they r still bang almost a year after.
    Rich Boy is the lucky one to jump on Polow’s wagon. His voice and flow are below average, and when beat sucks he sucks even harder. Content wisely Let’s Get This Paper is the only decent song there (ok, Ghetto Rich too), and he almost ruined it repeating “nigga” in the end of every line. I hope he aint lying sayin he got more like this on his second one. And I hope Polow will produce the whole shit once again.

    Lol @ Chicago keeps it bumpin, whattafuck r u talkin bout? Kanye? Lol

    • squadwildin

      Kormega… wat the hell are you talkin bout? obviously polow saw some talent in Rich boy cuz he was the one that wanted to sign him. And he was bangin way before polow even discovered him. He created his own buzz so he could have done it without polow since he’s a decent producer anyway.

      Secondly beats is half of what makes a song good. You probly mad cuz your favorite rapper cant get beats like rich boy. Its the rappers fault if good producers wont work with them. So rich boy wasn’t “lucky” to work with polow. He obviously has somethin special about him that polow sees and he gone keep gettin better and better.

  • First among barbarians

    “The industry is more about that green. It ain’t black and white, it’s about the dollar.

    Credit to Rich Boy for slicing through the hogshit and getting to the truth of the matter.

    The music business cares about, and operates around one single factor alone: profit.

    It merely supplies what folk want & demand.

    Satisfying demand.

  • Ur Daddy

    rich boy seems to be the best new artist…out of all the young rappers,he seems to have the most potential of becoming a real rapstar…im glad he isnt talkin bout bullshyt like this is why im hot n soulja boy

  • A

    Hell no..what u guys talkin about just crapp.Just hear d sound n keep it real nigga..

  • lil george clinton

    Scarface,willie d,bun b,pimp c,and killer mike…….nuff said and I’m from L.A

  • billy

    Umm…ok

  • http://MIDSTATE-SPORT.COM MIDSTATE-SPORT.COM

    BIG UP RICH BOY

    <~~~SUPPORTS
    MOSTLY SUPPORTS THE UNDERGROUND RAP THOUGH

  • Ms. 251

    Keep doing your thing, Boo!!!
    Let the world know about Mobile, Al.