Following “She On My Dick,” “Trap Trap Trap,” “Buy Back the Block,” and “I Think She Like Me,”Rick Ross releases the Slab directed video for “Triple Platinum,” the latest single off Rather You Than Me. “While in Aruba, I just decided to turn the cameras on and have fun,” Ross told Complex. “We never set it up as a official music video, I just wanted my fans to enjoy my music with such a dope scenery. So I present to you: the un-official music video for ‘Triple Platinum.’” Ross is currently working on his 10th album Port of Miami 2: Born to Read More
Rick Ross and Gucci Mane drop off the video for their collaborated track “She on My Dick,” a single off Rozay’s recently-released album Rather You Than Me. “We got a motherfuckin’ red alert in this bitch,” he says. “We got Rick Rozay, we got Young Dolph, we got motherfuckin’ Guwop. Y’all ready to get this money? I need all hands on deck.” Watch the “Players Club” inspired clip below.
With dropping the the Young Thug and Wale assisted single “Trap Trap Trap” last week, Rick Ross tags Gucci Mane on his latest track “She on My Dick” from his upcoming album Rather You Than Me. “She just wanna make a scene, tryin’ to join the team,” Guwop raps. “And I just wanna paint her face like it’s Maybelline / Bill Belichick, I just got another ring.” In addition to Young Thug, Wale, and Gucci, Rather You Than Me also include features from Nas, Future, and Meek Mill and is set to be released this Friday March 17th. Listen to below.
Rick Ross brought in his 41st birthday with a masquerade ball theme party at his mansion in Fayetteville, Ga this past weekend. As we all know, the guest list included music’s A-listers such as Meek Mill, Wale, Usher, The-Dream, YG, Jeezy, Outkast’s Big Boi, Big K.R.I.T., DeJ Loaf, Yung Dolph, and Curren$y. The party was one fit for a boss. Red carpet, a multi-layered black-and-gold cake and to top it off a black Ferrari from his Belaire Rosé brand. View pics below.
Rick Ross samples of The Stylistics’ “People Make the World Go Round,” for his Ty Dolla $ign assisted single “I Think She Like Me” off his upcoming album Rather You Than Me. “Out in Cannes with Leo DiCaprio” and “Tom Brady my new neighbor” spits Rozay. “Diddy, Jigga, only two ni**as comin’ for me.” Rather You Than Me serves as the first project sense signing with Epic Records and the follow-up to 2015’s Black Market. Listen below.
French Montana calls on DJ Khaled, Jeezy and Rick Ross for the remix his Kodak Black-assisted single, “Lockjaw. The original can be found on Montana’s Wave Gods mixtape in February. Listen to the remix below.
Rick Ross goes into the car washing business in the video for his Gucci Mane and 2 Chainz-assisted single “Buy Back the Block.” In the Ryan Snyder-directed clip Renzel and Gucci talk of buying the car wash and the block . There’s also a star-studded cast including Meek Mill, 21 Savage and Rozay’s son. The track serves as the first single off Rozay’s Epic Records debut Rather You Than Me, set to be released in the beginning of 2017. Watch below.
Rick Ross has announced the titled of a new album—Rather You Than Me. The project is the MMG mogul ninth album and his first since signing with Epic Records. Rather You Than Me follows serves as the follow-up to the Bawse’s final Def Jam album, Black Market and will included the 2 Chainz and Gucci Mane-assisted “Buy Back the Block.”
DJ Khaled tags Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, August Alsina, Jeremih, Future, and Rick Ross for Gil Green-directed video for “Do You Mind,” their latest collaborated single off Khaled’s chart-topping album Major Key. “I got a new name in the streets. They call me Billy,” he says before presenting her with a diamond necklace. “No words can describe how beautiful you are. You’re a major key to me, baby. Billy got you. I love you.” Watch below.
In light of releasing his debut album I Told You, Tory Lanez drops of another “Fargo Fridays” track “Super Freaky” this time tagging Rick Ross for the cut. “I got two bitches,” Lanez sings. “And they freaky / You can’t bring her home to mama, she too freaky / Su-su-su-super freaky.”