March was a big month for Rick Ross as it saw the release of his Rather You Than Me album. He revisits the project by delivering the official music video for “Idols Become Rivals.” It’s no secret that the single heavily references Cash Money’s Birdman for questionable business practices. . .issues that Ross does not shy . . .
The big boss, Rick Ross, comes early with his ninth studio album, Rather You Than Me. It’s a 14-track LP featuring Young Thug, Wale, Future, Jeezy, Yo Gotti, Gucci Mane, and more. Stream below and download your copy of the album on iTunes.
“A little stronger, a little wiser. Maybe a little more violent. Blame it on America.” Rick Ross‘s Rather You Than Me is only days away from releasing, and he seems to be on the way to another successful release, especially with the premiere of “Dead Presidents,” featuring Future, Jeezy and Yo Gotti. This is the . . .
Stream Ricky Rozay’s refinanced version of “Buy Back The Block” Rick Ross is back with the remix aka refinanced version of “Buy Back the Block” which originally featured 2 Chainz and Gucci Mane. This time around, he shares the wealth with Nipsey Hussle, E-40, Slim Thug, and Fat Joe. Rozay has me thinking long term. . . .
As Rick Ross readies his forthcoming album, Rather You Than Me, he treats fans to a new song titled “Summer 17.” Ross wants his whole team to be rich forever. If that’s the case, then sign me up! Does this song sound really similar to “Purple Lamborghini” or is it just me? Stream the Beat Billionaire-produced song below. . . .
Ahead of his forthcoming album Drogas Light, which releases on February 10th, Lupe Fiasco premiered a motivational new song called “Tranquillo,” featuring Rick Ross and Big K.R.I.T. on Beats 1 Radio yesterday. As the title suggests, Lupe is a lot more relaxed than we’ve heard him in quite a while. He’s seeking peace, love, and harmony . . .
“Knotty Head” is arguably Denzel Curry‘s biggest commercial success to date, and the remix gets another boost with a newly released visual accompaniment. The remix, which features guest contributions from Rick Ross and AJ Tracey, is now backed by Watch the video for the “Knotty Head” remix below.
Rick Ross‘s video for “Buy Back The Block” draws inspiration from Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg‘s 2001 film The Wash, and features guest appearances from 2 Chainz and Gucci Mane. Rick Ross’s Rather You Than Me album is in the works. Watch the Ryan Snyder-directed “Buy Back The Block” video below.
Rick Ross shares a new loose track titled “Kyrie” for the fans. Along with other NBA faves, he drops a major shoutout to Cleveland Cavaliers guard, Kyrie Irving. Listen to the DP Beats-produced song below.
“Crib so big, cranes in the sky.” Only Rick Ross would include a Wingstop reference in a “Cranes In The Sky” remix. Here we are. The MMG head honcho added some bars to Solange‘s A Seat At The Table standout track in smooth fashion. It should come as no surprise that the subject matter is . . .
Ricky Rozay joins Dreezy and T-Pain on her No Hard Feelings R&B cut Over the summer, Dreezy shared her T-Pain featuring single, “Close To You.” She returns with a remix adding the MMG boss, Rick Ross. Ross complements the track well as he opens tings up with a verse describing the lavish luxurious lifestyle he . . .
You’d be hard pressed to find a Nipsey Hussle track that doesn’t sound heavily West Coast-influenced. His latest drop, “Mark My Words,” fulfills expectations. The Mike & Keys and Jake One-produced single features a smooth guest verse from Maybach Music Group head honcho Rick Ross. Stream “Mark My Words” below.
Directly after the broadcast of the BET Hip Hop Awards, DJ Khaled releases his “Do You Mind” music Video. It’s a star studded spectacle featuring Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, August Alsina, Jeremih, Future, and Rick Ross. Watch below.
As reported by Atlanta’s WSB-TV 2, hundreds showed up at Jackson Memorial Baptist Church to pay final respects to Shawty Lo (Carlos Walker) who died last week in a car accident. Related: I Was 19 and In Prison When Shawty Lo Dropped “Dey Know” Rick Ross releases a remix of “Im Da Man,” one of Shawty . . .
Tory Lanez releases “Super Freaky” as part of his “Fargo Fridays” series. The track is a collaboration with MMG boss Rick Ross. Tory who is auto tuned up on this one delivers quite the feel good record and Rick Ross’ verse does no harm either. Stream “Super Freaky”.