Rick Ross News

  • Cover of Charts Don't Lie: August 12th
    Statistics have been an essential part of the rap game for years. "Who is number one?", "How well will an album debut?", and "Will it reach gold?", are just a few of the recorded facts that can be found here.
  • Cover of Review: Rick Ross' "God Forgives, I Don't"
    On the night before Christmas two-thousand and ten, a black Santa grunted an album would come. A year and a half later he delivered the goods. God Forgives, I Don’t  is now played in everyone’s hood.  Some coal deserving kids are crying
  • Cover of Exclusive: Rick Ross Talks "3 Kings" and New Miami Signee
     According to Rick Ross, MMG is acquiring some new talent out of Miami.  Recently having signed Rockie Fresh, Ross hinted at a new signee, but would not disclose a name.  "We just makin' big moves. I'm looking at a couple of artists, really one of the artists in Miami...
  • Cover of Rick Ross Explains Origins Of "3 Kings" Collaboration
    Rick Ross delivered what is the most anticipated track off God Forgives, I Don't (besides for "Sixteen" with Andre 3000), "3 Kings" with two huge features from Dr. Dre & Jay-Z.
  • Cover of HNHH Exclusive: Hot 97 Summer Jam (Stage Pictures)
    HotNewHipHop was on site and front stage at Hot 97's Summer Jam 2012. Notwithstanding the debacle surrounding Nicki Minaj's no-show, the impressive lineup included Rick Ross, Tyga, Meek Mill, Big Sean, Waka Flocka, Nas, Lauryn Hill, French Montana, Young Jeezy and many more.
  • Cover of Trayvon Martin: Hip Hop Responds
    Trayvon Martin’s murder has been, so far, one of the most controversial events of the year, raising social, racial and political issues in all parts of American society and beyond - stirring reactions within the artistic community as well; especially the hip hop scene.
  • Cover of Word Up: Joint Projects In Hip-Hop Becoming A Trend
    A recent trend that has surfaced in hip-hop is to do collaborative projects with another artist. I'm not saying that artists haven't done this before, I'm saying that it's become a trend. Arguably two of the greatest, Kanye West & Jay-Z, may have gotten this trend going when they dropped Watch The Throne.
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