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Elliot Wilson has been a busy man lately. Fresh off his CRWN interview with ScHoolboy Q, today he returns to present to us his exclusive interview with Rick Ross who just released his 6th album Mastermind. In part 1 of this sit-down, Ross speaks on Trayvon Martin, Jay-Z, building his MMG empire, and much more.
UPDATE: Part 2 added below. Here he speaks on hustling, his correctional officer past, and more.
Rick Ross was the latest guest on The Breakfast Club as he’s making his promo run for Mastermind. He speaks on his relationship with Diddy, making peace with Jeezy, 50 Cent, and much more.
With Mastermind in stores now, Rick Ross is currently on his promo run. During a stop at Hip-Hop Nation, Rozay chopped it up with DJ Envy about a few things. During the interview, he revealed that he an Jeezy have another record together that we can expect in the near future. Listen to the audio below.
Rick Ross’ new album Mastermind is out everywhere today, as he surprised fans by unleashing the LP a day early. Here’s the official audio for “Blk & Wht”, which he released today alongside an image video like he did last week with “Supreme“. Enjoy the visual experience as The Bawse likes to call it.
We’re just a few days away from the release of Rick Ross’ new album Mastermind, and of course The Bawse keeps the strong promotion going. Most of us have already heard the album thanks to the free stream he provided, but today he releases the “Supreme” audio alongside a visual experience. Some of the images contained in the video are NSFW. Check it out below.
Rick Ross has his foot on the pedal as he readies the release of his new album, Mastermind, which is out this coming Tuesday. You can stream the project early here if you haven’t already. To further promote the album, he unleashes the visual for arguably the best track on the album — the recreation of Biggie’s “You’re Nobody (Till Somebody Kills You)”.
Rick Ross released his album Mastermind for free streaming last night as most of you know by now, but here’s another standout track we thought deserved it’s own post. Lil Wayne comes through with a great guest verse, as he’s been doing a lot recently. “Thug Cry”, which closes out Rozay’s album, samples the classic “93 Til Infinity” from Souls Of Mischief. Stream below.