Stalley’s Ohio will be dropping on October 27th and to promote the album he’s done the smart thing and shared a track featuring his boss, Ricky Rozay. “Everything a Dope Boy Ever Wanted” is produced by Beat Billionaire and will appear on Stalley’s forthcoming album. In addition, Rick Ross is already working on his followup to Mastermind, Hood Billionaire. After the jump.
While you sit and wait for Gunplay to announce the official release date for his debut studio album Living Legend, the Miami rapper has been steady feeding the streets and blogs regardless. And we thank Don Logan for the free meals as they’ve been keeping us full, for sure. And today is no exception as Gunplay unleashes a track with Cormega, a collaboration we would have never expected. After the jump.
Rick Ross recently announced the follow-up to his successful Mastermind album, entitled Hood Billionaire. And now he has also decided to share what appears to be the project’s first single, “Elvis Presley BLVD”. The track features Memphis legend Project Pat. Listen after the jump.
You don’t play with MMG’s money. Gunplay is joined by Rick Ross in “Aiight”, a music video that chronicles the two men’s relentless pursuit to cutdown those who dare test their hustle. To quote Gunplay himself, “I’m that motherf**kin’ ni**a they don’t want none of.” Peep the visuals after the jump.
Not sure how much political clout Maybach Music has. For real, if there were a lobby for them it would be the Koch Brothers or the Blackstone Group. Nonetheless they engage the conversation about hood hierarchy and the harsh realities of street options. Gunplay is exceptional here, though Ross gets the last say and is no slouch. Check it after the jump.
Gearing up for the release of his forthcoming mixtape Sign Language, Los Angeles rapper Ty Dolla Sign appears on DJ Carisma’s “Lord Knows” featuring fellow LA emcee Dom Kennedy and The Boss, Ricky Rozay himself. Be on the lookout for an exclusive remix of the track on Ty Dolla Sign’s aforementioned mixtape August 25th and peep the feature heavy track after the jump.
Here’s purified Chris Brown, dressed in all white, bringing along Usher to enhance his heartbreak-to-make-up tropes. Calming video with all the Boyz II Men “Water Runs Dry” allusions while playing up new romance. Although it couldn’t come from two less believable Romeos. Add Ross to the mix for some undeniable sleaze. Check the video after the jump.
The boss offers some early 90s New Jack swag on the “Supreme” video. “Sunny, sandy and salacious” is the title of Rick Ross’s personal ad on Miami Craigslist. His visual palette is steak dinner and marble jacuzzi, drug dealer mansion and swooping seagull. Credit this vid for getting it exactly right. After the jump.
Months after his bizarre Kevin Durant diss, Lil B releases this song “Rick Ross,” another drive down the quirky path of an ironic emcee. Apparently, he has some issue with Quevos (of Migos) stealing his style and not recognizing that he is “rich like Riss Ross.” That’s most of what I could understand from this jumble of sounds. Track after the jump.
At this point in his career, Rick Ross is a lesson in contradictions and why it’s always best to own up to past mistakes or lies (read: correctional officer situation). In the midst of his latest Detroit concert uproar, iHipHop thought it would be interesting to look at the 7 Funniest Rick Ross Interview Quotes of All-Time.