By Jack Barnes
The central figure in the Bay Area’s street rap scene, Philthy Rich teams up with Young Dolph for “Broke Boy,” the latest video from the Oakland rapper’s Real N*ggas Back in $tyle album. “With a decade-long career, ties to his region’s old guard, and a clever affection for delivery surrounded by repetitive earworm hooks, Philthy’s grown from a Mac Dre-affiliate into a venerable heavyweight of the Yay Area revival sound,” Mass Appeal stated in Friday’s album premiere. Fellow Bay Area rappers E-40, Nef The Pharaoh, Mozzy, and IAMSU join Philthy Rich on the project, while Real N*ggas Back in $tyle also boasts collaborations with Young Dolph, Sauce Twinz, Young Scooter, Johnny Cinco,HoodRich Pablo Juan, Freeway, Paul Wall, and Jim Jones, with production from 808 Mafia, KC Da Beatmonster, and Zaytoven. Enjoy this video stream below after the jump.
In the lead up to the Real N*ggas Back in $tyle album, Philthy Rich shared a series of singles, starting with music videos for the IAMSU-assisted money-making anthem “Make A Living” and trunk-thumping Young Scooter collab “Buss Down (Right Now).” In honor of his long-time friend, Bay Area rapper The Jacka, Philthy Rich commemorated the prolific rapper on the one year anniversary of his passing alongside Paul Wall and Freeway with “King Jack,” which debuted via Noisey. Most recently, he teamed up with a “murder’s row,” as Complex called it, of local talent with “Statue of Liberty,” featuring E-40, Nef The Pharaoh, and Ezale. Philthy Rich’s Real N*ggas Back In $tyle, the first in a series of three albums with the same title, is currently available for purchase at iTunes and streaming on Spotify.
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