Smoke DZA flosses in New York only to link up with Rick Ross in the new music video for “Black Superhero Car” from DZA’s Pete Rock collabo album, Don’t Smoke Rock. The Dan the Man-directed visual also features cameos from DC Young Fly and Big K.R.I.T.
With Smoke DZA and Pete Rock’s full-length collabo, Don’t Smoke Rock, dropping tomorrow, the New York duo has released a new visual via Complex. The site also premiered an exclusive stream of the album.
Master P just dropped this track from his THE G MIXTAPE. The track titled”Heaven For a G” has that classic Master P vibe, and The Game’s verse compliments it perfectly. The G Mixtape features 25 street tracks featuring impressive guest verses from Lil, Wayne, Rick Ross, Yo Gotti, E-40, and Nipsey Hussle, Check out “Heaven For a G” below.
Remy Ma is linking up with Rick Ross and Yo Gotti for “Hands Down,” which is a precursor to the Bronx spitter’s forthcoming album — her first since last year’s I’m Around mixtape. In addition, Remy and her husband Papoose will appear on the forthcoming incarnation of VH1’s Love & Hip Hop reality series. Check out Remy Ma’s “Hands Down” after the jump.
Rick Ross’ eight studio album Black Market is set to drop tomorrow (Dec. 4th) and he recently shared “Color Money,” which has been perceived to be a Drake diss. Today, during an interview on Power 105.1 FM’s “The Breakfast Club,” Rozay talked about the track. When asked, “Are you taking shots at Drake on ‘Color Money’?” Ross was quick to respond: “I just released ‘Color Money’ and that record is what it is. It’s a lot of people that’s gonna interpret it a lot of different ways.” He also talked about Lil Wayne’s beef with Birdman, and shared his thoughts about ghostwriting. Check out the full, half hour long interview with Rick Ross after the jump.
Rick Ross is set to drop his eight solo album Black Market this Friday (Dec. 4th) and he’s teasing the project with another track in “Color Money,” which may or may not be addressing the ongoing beef between MMG signee Meek Mill and Drake. “My lil’ homie made a million on his girl’s tour/ We back to back and down to wack a nigga unborn,” he raps over D. Rich’s menacing beat that’s accentuated by haunting church bells and snappy snares. Additionally, the track’s title is derived from an incident where Florida rapper Plies was thrown off the stage and pounced on by a group of attendees — you can watch the video here if you wish. Hit the jump to bump the latest banger from Ricky Rozay.
It was a matter of time until Rick Ross jumped on that Drake and Future “Jumpman” joint, so here it is. The track, which is currently No. 12 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts, has been making steady moves across the hip-hop community, as well as remixed and freestyled over quite a bit — especially within the last two weeks. And naturally we’re getting a Rozay treatment of the buzzing single from What a Time to Be Alive. After rocking with Post Malone’s “White Iverson”, Future’s “Stick Talk”, and even Adele’s “Hello”, it’s evident that Rick Ross has his ears to good tunes. Listen to Rozay’s latest take — “Jumpman” — after the jump.
After sharing his take on Post Malone’s ”White Iverson” yesterday, Rick Ross returns with something a little bit more ”form fitting”, so to speak. Future, whose Monster mixtape turns one today (read a retrospective on it here), dropped his excellent DS2 album over the summer, which has apparently prompted Rozay to jump on one of its standout tracks, ”Stick Talk”. The track finds Rozay comfortably seated in the cockpit, and spitting bars over the high-energy Southside production. Additionally, Ross will be dropping his own album, Black Market, shortly. In the meantime, give his take on Future’s ”Stick Talk” after the jump.