Black Superhero Car
Smoke DZA & Pete Rock Feat. Rick Ross
Smoke DZA and Pete Rock are getting ready to drop their collaborative project Don't Smoke Rock, sharing another pre-release single from the forthcoming effort today. "Black Superhero Car" sticks within the classic New York sound we've heard on their previous collabs, and adds a voice from Miami in Rick Ross. The funky, string-laden sample featured on the beat isn't too far off from Ross' more luxurious Maybach Music tracks, and, as a result, he glides over the lush loop with ease.
Buy Back The Block
Rick Ross Feat. 2 Chainz & Gucci Mane
At this point, each of these three men has achieved greatness, and in many ways, they are now serving as elder statesmen in today's game. In some ways, though, they're behaving like all-pro rookies -- especially 2 Chainz and Gucci Mane, two of the most prolific (and reliable) artists of 2016.
Rick Ross kicks off this Saturday morning with a new dope boy's anthem, "Kyrie," named for the Cleveland Cavaliers jersey whose jersey he likes to don when he's "standin' out the roof." Also on the immense track, produced by North Carolina's DP Beats, Rozay namedrops Steph Curry and Irving's teammate LeBron James. He proclaims himself "the youngest n*gga in the US with 100 mill" and asserts his reign over Miami's dope economy, rapping, "My city one big hospice, I could pull the plug."
Cranes In The Sky (Remix)
Solange Feat. Rick Ross
Solange's melancholy "Cranes in the Sky" has inspired remixes by Common, Kaytranada, and Styles P. This morning, Rick Ross released a version of the song with a new verse appended to the beginning.
FAT TREL Feat. Rick Ross & Young Dolph
MMG's new mixtape Priorities 5 is primarily a round-up of existing loose material, but there are a few fresh gems in the mix as well.
Close To You (Remix)
Dreezy Feat. Rick Ross & T-Pain
UPDATE: The official CDQ version of the "Close to You" remix is now available. Dreezy tapped T-Pain for the original single, off her July album, No Hard Feelings, and Rick Ross adds a verse to the remix. The song is produced by Rance of 1500 Or Nothin' and Terrace Martin.
Rick Ross Feat. Juicy J, Big K.R.I.T. & Too Short
Maybach Music Group's new 22-track mixtape Priorities 5 is mostly comprised of songs that have already been released. One song that had not already been released is "Freaky Hoe," an ode to the girls willing to go the extra mile starring Rick Ross, Juicy J, Big K.R.I.T., and Too Short.
Mark My Words
Nipsey Hussle Feat. Rick Ross
Nipsey Hussle's debut album Victory Lap is still an apparition that may as well not exist. But it's hard to complain, given that Nipsey has released a new song nearly every Monday for the last five months.
Rick Ross Feat. Scrilla & Sam Sneak
Yesterday, Rick Ross took a second shot at remixing D4L's "I'm Da Man," but this time in tribute to Shawty Lo following his passing. Today, he's toasting yet another industry friend, dedicating the track to 99 JAMZ personality Supa Cindy, who holds it down on the rapper's local Miami station. MMG's own Sam Sneak and Scrilla are also present, but Ross is the center of attention here, using Supa Cindy as a term for women who are on their A-game across the board.
I'm Da Man (Shawty Lo Tribute)
Shawty Lo's funeral will be happening at the Jackson Memorial Baptist Church in Atlanta today, and rappers continue to pay tribute to the late legend. Rick Ross has decided to release a new track in Lo's honor, remixing his shining D4L moment "I'm Da Man." It's an interesting choice considering Rozay previously appeared on the original remix to the song, but much has changed since then, and this update is more than welcome. "Shawty Lo, Shawty Lo, I'm finna smoke me one, my n*gga, god bless your soul," he raps in closing.
Tory Lanez Feat. Rick Ross
Tory Lanez is still pretty fresh off the release of his debut album, I Told You. The aptly-named album, released via Interscope, is still doing its thing on the Billboard 200, currently maintaining a position at #32 after making a chart entrance at #4. Not to mention, according to the always-discerning HNHH users,
Spend It (Remix)
Rick Ross Feat. Scrilla & Whole Slab
Having remained relatively quiet for the majority of the year, Ricky Rozay is back for the second time this week with new music. After hitting us with “No U-Turns” a couple days, the MMG bossman decides to come through late Friday night and share a new remix he recorded over Dae Dae’s hit single “Spend It” featuring Whole Slab & Scrilla.
Rick Ross hasn't been dropping a lot of music this year, the past couple of months has found the rapper focused on celebrating the 10-year anniversary of his Port of Miami album, while fielding lawsuits against apparel company DGK,
Feel My Pain
The Lox Feat. Rick Ross
The LOX came through with "What Happens?", a response to recent instances of police brutality, earlier this month, and today, they're back with some more new music. "Feel My Pain" finds the Yonkers trio teaming with Rick Ross on a track that recalls the MMG Boss's work with JUSTICE League, opting for a luxurious instrumental and belted hook. Always deceptively versatile, Styles P, Jadakiss, and Sheek Louch all sound very comfortable on the beat, handing things off to Ross who supplies a welcome contrast from the group's gritty delivery with something slightly smoother.
DJ Twin Feat. Rick Ross, Sean Kingston & Blac Youngsta
DJ Twin, otherwise known as Sean Kingston's official DJ, has been sharing a lot of new music recently. His Day 1 EP, released in July, featured guest appearances from the likes of French Montana, Famous Dex, Lil Yachty, Jeremih, Chief Keef, Yo Gotti, Lil Herb, and of course, Sean Kingston. Since then he's dropped a song with Kodak Black, and today, yet another big collaboration in "Money Bag," which features Kingston, Rick Ross, and Blac Youngsta.
Mark Morrison Feat. Rick Ross & Tory Lanez
British R&B Singer Mark Morrison, who first made his mark in 1996 with the release of the platinum-selling Return Of The Mack, has been sporadically active over the last few years, releasing the I Am What I Am EP in 2014, as well as a few singles, but has not released a proper full length in 10 years.
Do You Mind
DJ Khaled Feat. Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, Future, August Alsina, Jeremih & Rick Ross
"Holy Key," the first single from DJ Khaled's album Major Key, was a triumph. In particular, the Kendrick verse. With the album due out tomorrow, Khaled premieres another track by way of iHeartRadio called "Do You Mind." The supporting cast of Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, Future, August Alsina, Jeremih, and Rick Ross is like the rap equivalent of the "New Year's Eve" cast.
Rick Ross & Skrillex
The "Suicide Squad" soundtrack is slated to drop on August 5th, the same day as the movie. We've already heard Lil Wayne, Ty Dolla $ign, & Logic tag-team "Sucker For Pain." Now, a Skrillex X Rick Ross collaboration called "Purple Lamborghini" has surfaced and, unsurprisingly, it is an enormous banger.
Ace Hood Feat. Rick Ross
In case you missed the memo, the fifth installment of Ace Hood's flagship Starvation mixtape series is scheduled to arrive on Monday, July 11th. Tuesday night, he posted a new song off the project to get the people hyped. It's called "Go Mode" and it features a verse from Rick Ross.
Stay Schemin' (East Oakland Mix)
Damian Lillard has been putting in long hours in the studio this offseason.