Rick Ross Songs

  • In Da Club
    In Da Club
    While we wait for his upcoming Black Market album to arrive next Friday (12/4), Rick Ross decided to treat fans to a new mixtape on Thanksgving titled Renzel Remixes, which saw him spittin’ over some of the industry’s biggest instrumentals, including tracks from Drake, Adele, Future, and many more. But what many of us probably didn’t see coming was Rozay tackling a couple of 50 Cent’s record’s, including his breakout hit “In Da Club.”
  • Crocodile Python
    Crocodile Python
    Rick Ross is giving us a mixtape full of Rozay remixes, Renzel Remixes, on Thanksgiving Day, however he's also continuing to push the album that will follow- Black Market. It sounds like we may have Rozay overload.
  • Starin Thru My Rearview (Remix)
    Starin Thru My Rearview (Remix)
    Rozay continues to flood the streets with new material. A few days ago, we heard "One of Us," a new collab with Nas that will appear on Ross' upcoming album, Black Market. Before that, the MMG boss had been steadily releasing a series of remixes over the year's particularly en vogue instrumentals.
  • One Of Us (Radio Rip)
    One Of Us (Radio Rip)
    Earlier today, Rick Ross revealed the star-studded tracklist to his forthcoming album Black Market, which will contain 17 tracks in total and feature guest appearances from the likes of John Legend, The-Dream, Mary J. Blige, Mariah Carey, & Nas.
  • Amazing Grace
    Amazing Grace
    No one's been outworking Rick Ross during the latter half of 2015. After dropping his Black Dollar mixtape and announcing his next album, Black Market, Rozay proceeded to release a series of freestyles over some of the year's most fashionable beats. A few days ago, he switched it up and spat some bars over the Junior M.A.F.I.A.
  • Get Money (Freestyle)
    Get Money (Freestyle)
    Ricky Rozay continues to keep the freestyles coming.
  • Where Ya At (Remix)
    Where Ya At (Remix)
    There aren't many rap fans that can say they weren't bumping a whole lot of Future this year, and Rick Ross is no exception. Ross has already taken on "Stick Talk" and "Jumpman" for his #RenzelRemixes series, and the streak of freestyles has shown no signs of slowing, even with the rapper being released from house arrest last week.
  • 30 For 30 (Freestyle)
    30 For 30 (Freestyle)
    "Good news. They just let me off house arrest, so get the beach house ready," quips Rick Ross at the top of his new freestyle, confirming reports that the rapper is now free to leave his home. Rozay has been on house arrest for allegedly pistol-whipping his groundskeeper, and the confinement has resulted in some of his best work of the last few years. With the release of his new "30 For 30" verse, it seems his newfound freedom won't be affecting his prolific output. 
  • Choices (Yup) (Remix)
    Choices (Yup) (Remix)
    E-40's "Choices" is his biggest hit in some time, and just about everybody wants to get involved in it. He already shared the cameo-heavy video, but now he's delivered four separate remixes of the track ("Choices," get it?). The collaborators have been carefully curated, with complimentary artists getting paired accordingly. There's the melodic crossover (Kid Ink and French Monatana), the old head mix (50 Cent and Snoop Dogg), and the Houston tribute (Z-Ro, Kirkoo Bangz and Slim Thug). 
  • Down In The DM (Remix)
    Down In The DM (Remix)
    It was only a matter of time before someone made an anthem about sliding into the DMs, and Yo Gotti has made it. Obviously, many rappers can relate, one of which being Rick Ross -- though following his recent engagement his DMs are probably a little less lively these days. With that being said, Rozay's musical output is livelier than ever, with this new "Down In The DM" remix just one of many recent releases, including yesterday's take on Drake and Future's "Jumpman".
  • Jumpman (Remix)
    Jumpman (Remix)
    It doesn’t look like Ricky Rozay is ready to slow it down. Going 4 for 4 and hitting us with freestyles over “White Iverson,” “Stick Talk,” & “Hello” already this week, the MMG bawse is at again today, this time sharing another remix over Drake & Future’s popular #WATTBA cut “Jumpman.” Leaving the original chorus & verses intact, Rozay adds an opening verse of hard, braggadocios rhymes that we’re accustomed to hearing from the MMG boss. Take a listen and share your comments below.
  • Seen Or Saw (Remix)
    Seen Or Saw (Remix)
    While fans wait on Lil Reese's next project, which he's titled 300 Degrezz, the young Chiraq rapper has unveiled a remix of one of Supa Savage 2's strongest cuts, "Seen or Saw." And for the remix he's brought along an unexpected guest: Rick Ross. 
  • Hello (Remix)
    Hello (Remix)
    Yesterday Rick Ross released a remix of Future's "Stick Talk," and today he does a 180 with a remix of Adele's powerful ballad, "Hello." Adele's new single, off her upcoming album 25, has quickly become the fastest-selling single of 2015, and she's also broken a VEVO record for her "Hello" visuals, a record previously held by Miley Cyrus. The record is equally monumental.
  • Stick Talk (Remix)
    Stick Talk (Remix)
    It doesn’t look like Ricky Rozay is slowing up. After hitting us a freestyle over Post Malone’s “White Iverson” earlier this week, the MMG boss decides to waste little time in sharing another remix he did over Future’s popular Dirty Sprite 2 cut “Stick Talk.”
  • White Iverson (Remix)
    White Iverson (Remix)
    We actually haven't been inundated with "White Iverson" freestyles/remixes, like we can be when a song reaches extreme popularity.
  • I Ride
    I Ride
    I Changed a Lot drops tomorrow, and DJ Khaled has shared another highly anticipated collab off the release: "I Ride," bringing along his good friends Future, Boosie Badazz, Rick Ross and Jeezy. Right from the get-go, it's a hair-raising, high-octane banger reminiscent of Khaled's classic street-sweeping anthems. 
  • We Takin' Over
    We Takin' Over
    Tomorrow, DJ Khaled will drop his eighth studio album I Changed A Lot. But judging from the tracklist, he hasn't changed much in his instinct to stack his albums with an almost comically thorough assemblage of the biggest names in hip hop and R&B.
  • I Don't Play About My Paper
    I Don't Play About My Paper
    For third time today, DJ Khaled releases a monster record off his upcoming I Changed A Lot album, dropping October 23.
  • Sorry (CDQ)
    Sorry (CDQ)
    Rick Ross just announced that his next album is entitled Black Market and it will hit stores in December (just in time for Christmas!). We posted the radio rip of the album's lead single "Sorry" feat. Chris Brown yesterday, now stream the CDQ version.
  • Sorry (Radio Rip)
    Sorry (Radio Rip)
    Yesterday Rick Ross announced a new single with Chris Brown, "Sorry," which would be followed by an album announcement. This morning we have our first listen of the single, which was premiered on The Breakfast Club this morning (Ross also joined Power 105.1 for an interview, and brought along his boo Lira Galore).