Rick Ross delivers the TAJ directed visuals for his Scott Storch-produced single “Sorry” co-starring Chris Brown and Ross’s ex Lira Galore. Rozay is caught in the middle of two women who soon finds out they both are in love with the same man. Watch below.
In gearing up for his album Black Market dropping Dec. 4, Rozay has releasing new music each week. For this week, the Bawse pops off on a remix to Future and Drake’s “Where Ya At.” Listen below.
In gearing up for the release of his eighth album Black Market, Rick Ross let’s go of “Sorry” the Chris Brown assisted single from the upcoming project. “I try to change but I’m always out fu**ing around in the club / Pieces of my love letter tore up from this breakup / My worst nightmare went right in my back / I wish I could wake up / I feel like shit,” sings Breezy. In an interview with “The Breakfast Club,” Rozay describes the track as “more of a personal – passionate record,” while Chris calls it “one of the most Read More
When will it stop. Rick Ross has just released his Black Dollar mixtape a few weeks ago, and a track titled “Work” last Tuesday. Now the Bawse re-ups on another track “Babies Cry.” Stream below.
Just when you thought Rick Ross’s music rain is over, Rozay comes back with a new track entitled “Work.” “Bet a milli on the Dolphins and you know we lost,” he adds. “Run up in the locker room like it was Set It Off.” Listen below.
With collaborations with The-Dream, Meek Mill, and Gucci Mane still fresh, Rozay calls on August Alsina for “She Wanna F**k,” a cut from his recently released mixtape Black Dollar. drops, Rick Ross frees yet another track off the project. Black Dollar will be available for download.
Rick Ross drops a 17 track surprise mixtape titled Black Dollar. The project features MMG signees Meek Mill and Wale, The-Dream, Gucci Mane, August Alsina, and Future, appearing on “Take Advantage.” Stream and download it below.
Rick Ross releases the Jake One-produced track “Money Dance” featuring The-Dream. The track appears on Rozay’s new album Black Dollar dropping Thursday, Sept. 3.
Mario has left RCA Records and is now on his independent grind. The “Let Me Love You” singer pulls in Rick Ross on his latest single “Forever,” the first off his upcoming album Never 2 Late. “I want this forever, I want you forever,” croons Mario on the chorus, adding, “Stay here with me, baby / I just want to love you till you scream.” Never 2 Late is set to be released on Nov 27th and serves as his first album in six years.
Rick Ross keeps his work flow heavy. The MMG boss links up with his lable artist Whole Slab in the video for “Heavyweight” from 2014’s Hood Billionaire. The clip take us threw Rozay’s life journey over the last few months as he performs at clubs, drives a variety of luxury vehicles, and sprays champagne. Check it out.