Top 10 Most Boss Rick Ross Songs Of All Time

 |  September 12, 2012
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  Last month I reviewed Rick Ross' new album God Forgives, I Don't, and while the album definitely had some bangers on it, as a whole It really wasn't as Boss as some of Ross' previous works. So that got me thinking, what are some of the big boss Ricky Ross' most boss songs? After dwelling on this very important life question and revisiting Rozay's discography numerous times, I have compiled a list of ten of the Boss' most boss tracks. Understand that this is a list of the most BOSS songs in Ross' discography, which doesn't necessarily mean the best. For instance a song like "Hustlin", the hit that put Ross on the map, is a classic joint, but it's not as Boss as the songs on this list. "Hustlin" has that gritty, hustler, on the corner from sunrise to sunset type of vibe. This list rather consists of tracks drenched in over the top swag that exude the boss like aura that Ross so often represents. So without further ado I present to you, Rick Ross' Top 10 most boss songs of all time.

10. "Rich Off Cocaine" - Deeper Than Rap

Most Boss Line:  
Money in the mansion, yayo in another spot. Guns in the attic momma helped me put em up

9. "Yacht Club" ft Magazeen - Deeper Than Rap

If you're not a member of the Yacht Club, then you're not a boss.   Most Boss Line:
Kill all the middle men I'm the militant Gilligan, speaking Creole with gentlemen as I cruise the Caribbean. Oh Lord I'm a star down in St. Barts, the fat Tommy Lee I made out with like eight broads

8. "Cross That Line" ft Akon - Port Of Miami 

This that joint you play when you bout to go to war. Ross spits with the essence of a general who is getting his troops ready for battle.   Most Boss Line:
The last minute of your last breath, I'm the last image right before your last step

7. "Aston Martin Music" ft Drake & Christette Michelle - Teflon Don

Just watch the first 20 seconds of the video #Boss.   Most Boss Line:
Pull up on the block in the drop top chicken box, Mr. KFC VVS in the watch

6. "Push It" - Port Of Miami

Scarface has got to be one of the most played out references in rap music, but the way Cool & Dre flipped this sample from the Classic '83 flick was refreshing, really captured the vibe of the 305 MIyayo and painted Ross as a modern day Tony Montana.   Most Boss Line:
You gotta push it to the limit if you wanna be paid

5. "Boss" ft Dre - Port Of Miami

The title speaks for itself.   Most Boss Line:
"Stuntin' is boss, shinin' is boss grandaddy kush or the purp, yellow diamonds is boss. That dime a boss, she fine as a house and she drivin' a Porche, she designed for a boss

4. "Free Mason" ft Jay-Z & John Legend - Teflon Don

  Most Boss Line:
My top back like J.F.K. They wanna push my top back like J.F.K.! So I JFK, Join Forces with the kings and we ate all day
"

3. "BMF" ft Styles P - Teflon Don

This is the track where Ross's Boss persona met his hustler persona and propelled his career to that next level.   Most Boss Line:
I Think I'm Big Meech, Lary Hoover, whippin work hallelujah

2. "Maybach Music" ft Jay-Z - Trilla 

The whole Maybach Music empire was conceived when this song was made. Before it was Wale, Meek Mill, Stalley and company it was just Ross and Hov trading bars on this smoother than smooth track. When you look up the word Boss in the dictionary, this song should just start playing. Lots of boss lines to choose from on this one, but i gotta give it to jigga when he spits
True story my closet is like two stories


 
Last month I reviewed Rick Ross’ new album God Forgives, I Don’t, and while the album definitely had some bangers on it, as a whole It really wasn’t as Boss as some of Ross’ previous works. So that got me thinking, what are some of the big boss Ricky Ross’ most boss songs? After dwelling on this very important life question and revisiting Rozay’s discography numerous times, I have compiled a list of ten of the Boss’ most boss tracks. Understand that this is a list of the most BOSS songs in Ross’ discography, which doesn’t necessarily mean the best. For instance a song like “Hustlin”, the hit that put Ross on the map, is a classic joint, but it’s not as Boss as the songs on this list. “Hustlin” has that gritty, hustler, on the corner from sunrise to sunset type of vibe. This list rather consists of tracks drenched in over the top swag that exude the boss like aura that Ross so often represents. So without further ado I present to you, Rick Ross’ Top 10 most boss songs of all time.