Rich Boy ft. Chili Chil - Top of the World

Posted 7 years ago
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More Than a Game Soundtrack

Judging by the More Than A Game soundtrack selections we’ve featured to date (see Stronger, Drop It Low and Forever), executive producer Polow da Don‘s taken special care to strike the right balance between club bangers and more grown-up motivational jams. On the latest promo single, Polow’s flagship Zone 4, Inc. artist, Rich Boy, lets fans know just how on Top of the World he’s feeling. Brand new Zone 4 signee Chili Chil delivers a sung hook over Rich Boy’s own beat, which sounds like the result of a hypothetical “Cool, Dre, & Toomp” collaboration. In addition to appearing on the More Than a Game soundtrack LP (out Sept. 29), Top of The World will be included on Rich Boy’s yet-untitled sophomore album, due out in 2010.

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