19 Songs, 1 Hour 15 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On his most universal album yet, this Yay Area player breaks bread with homies across the nation over ‘bow-throwing raps and trunk-rattling beats. He mocks busters alongside Memphis' Young Dolph over the hydraulic bass of “Broke Boy.” For “Way Before,” one of Oaktown’s BANDGANG sings gloriously off-key about life in the streets, and producer Zaytoven brings an Atlanta trap touch to “Stick 'Em Up.” Near the end, Philthy Rich, Houston star Paul Wall, and Philly rapper Freeway pay heartfelt tribute to Bay Area icon The Jacka on “King Jack.”

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EDITORS’ NOTES

On his most universal album yet, this Yay Area player breaks bread with homies across the nation over ‘bow-throwing raps and trunk-rattling beats. He mocks busters alongside Memphis' Young Dolph over the hydraulic bass of “Broke Boy.” For “Way Before,” one of Oaktown’s BANDGANG sings gloriously off-key about life in the streets, and producer Zaytoven brings an Atlanta trap touch to “Stick 'Em Up.” Near the end, Philthy Rich, Houston star Paul Wall, and Philly rapper Freeway pay heartfelt tribute to Bay Area icon The Jacka on “King Jack.”

*WEA.MusicPages.Riaa.Explicit*
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Ratings and Reviews

3.5 out of 5
31 Ratings
31 Ratings

Get rid of the talking on king jack

I love Carolyn

I'm really loving this song, just If they would take out the parts where it's just talking to it was only music and singing, I'd have this song on repeat. Hopefully you guys release a version without the talking.

Pittsburg Money Man

Pittsburgmoneyman

It's philllllthy 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥💯💯💯💯💯💯

Great Album. Solid Philthy

San Jose Fan

This album from the first song to the end is a slapper. Songs feature artist from the bay all the way to the east coast. Its a must have if you are into bay music or just rap in general. Solid album by Philthy Rich! You wont be disappointed

About Philthy Rich

Oakland rapper Philthy Rich, part of Mac Dre's Thizz roster, didn't become active until the latter half of his twenties. Shortly after doing so, he served sentences for cocaine distribution and illegal weapon possession, and he was also shot. Despite a relatively late start and other obstacles, he was one of the most prolific rappers of the late 2000s and early 2010s. Dozens of underground releases surfaced during these years, including debut album Funk or Die (2009), Trip'n 4 Life (2011), and Kill Zone (which hit Billboard's Heatseekers chart in 2012). The N.E.R.N.L. series kicked off in 2012, with Vol. 2 landing in 2013, then Vol. 3 in 2014. His 2016 release Real N-Ggas Back in Style featured guests Young Scooter and IAMSU, along with the cut "King Jack," a tribute to his friend, the late rapper the Jacka. ~ Andy Kellman

HOMETOWN
Oakland, CA
BORN
1983

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