Rick Ross Songs

  • How Many Drinks (Remix)
    How Many Drinks (Remix)
    Well over a year after the release of Miguel's Salaam-Remi-produced single "How Many Drinks" (included on his 2012 album Kaleidoscope Dream), the Mastermind himself has decided to put his spin on the record in true Maybach Music Group fashion.  Better late than never, right? This is actually a remix (an "MMG-Mix", to be exact) of Kendrick Lamar's remix of "How Many Drinks", and his verse remains intact. Did Rozay do the cut justice?
  • Another Day
    Another Day
    Fat Joe is back with a brand new track (Okay, for now on we'll leave the rhyming to the emcee's, right?), this time in the form of the feature-heavy "Another Day," marking appearances from Rick Ross, French Montana, and Tiara Thomas. We're not sure why Fat Joe insists on surrounding himself with bigger, better artists but we're grateful, still. Not that Fat Joe is any bad, he's a fixture and remains amazing, but when French and Rozay duel their bars out, it's going to be the most memorable part of the track. 
  • Cut Her Off (Remix)
    Cut Her Off (Remix)
    Looks like Rick Ross has added a verse out of nowhere to K. Camp's beloved track, "Cut Her Off," featuring 2 Chainz. He must have recorded it recently, because Ross referenced Benzino's Shooting in his bars.  In this version, Ross shows up at the beginning of the track and fires off some of his signature bars, pledging to keep the southern tradition in Hip Hop very much alive. 
  • All My Niggas
    All My Niggas
    We're not exactly sure when this rapper Capo surfaced, but apparently he's been doing something right as he was signed to Rick Ross' Maybach Music Group, quite recently it seems, as a YouTube video documenting the signing party (which obviously took place at a strip club) just went up at the end of March.
  • Shoot (Remix)
    Shoot (Remix)
    This remix of "Shoot" is another standout from Fat Trel's new GLEESH mixtape, featuring his MMG boss Rick Ross over production from Young Chop (cop the whole tape in our mixtape section). How's it compare to the original track, though?
  • Sunshine (Remix)
    Sunshine (Remix)
    Rick Ross just took to Twitter to offer up this new remix of Wale's "Sunshine", a standout track from his latest studio album The Gifted featuring new verses from Common and the MMG bossman himself.  How's it compare to the original, though?
  • Greatness
    Last we heard from Houston's Boston George was in February when he delivered "Rich Off Lean" which featured Future and Lil Boosie. Today he returns with two fellow Houston natives, Slim Thug and singer Rich Andruws, as well as Ricky Rozay.
  • Big Homie (Official Version)
    Big Homie (Official Version)
    Puff Daddy is back in rapping form, and adopting his old moniker for it, and although we did hear a leak of his new single "Big Homie" back in February, today the official version of the Rick Ross and French Montana-featured cut has surfaced.
  • The Devil Is A Lie (Chopped Not Slopped)
    The Devil Is A Lie (Chopped Not Slopped)
    If you're already privy to OG Ron C and DJ Candlestick's treatment of, let's say in this case, Beyonce's eponymous effort, then you already know the drill for their treatment of Rozay's latest: Mastermind is now the Purplemind
  • Impressive
    After teaming up with Rick Ross, Mally Mall and French Montana for his latest release “Wit It” a fews back, Las Vegas rapper Jazz Lazer returns today with a new version of his Casey Veggies-featured track “Impressive”, which now features added verses from Mally Mall and Rick Ross. This is very “impressive” to say the least. Listen and download the new cut below!
  • Benediction
    Def Jam Records recording artist August Alsina is getting ready to release his debut album Testimony on April 15th. Making the album available for pre-order today on iTunes, August gave fans a free listen of his highly anticipated record with Ricky Rozay titled “Benediction”. The New Orleans native expresses his confessions while labelmate and MMG boss Rick Ross adds a guest verse over this soulful Eric Hudson-produced single. 
  • Benediction (Preview)
    Benediction (Preview)
    August Alsina's debut album is going to feature names a lot of artists won't get the chance to work with in their entire career. Names like Pusha T, Jeezy, and Rick Ross. And this is Ross on the track, although this fairly healthy 2-min. preview manages to cut off after Rozay only spits a couple bars, whetting our appetite for the full thing.  Which is the point, right? The full song will come on March 18th along with album pre-order availability. August Alsina's album, Testimony, will be released on April 15th.
  • 40
    After getting a taste of the "tour life" this past summer with Weezy on his “America’s Most Wanted” Tour, world famous boxer, Adrien Broner, aka AB, is back today to take another stab at rappin'. For his newest release, AB calls on the MMG bawse Rick Ross for “40”, a track that is presumably off AB’s upcoming debut mixtape About Billions. Expect that project to impact in the coming months.   Is this another L for Adrien? Or does he deliver on this one? Mastermind in stores now!
  • Sanctified (Full Verse)
    Sanctified (Full Verse)
    "Sanctified" off Rick Ross' Mastermind album quickly became a fan-favorite as soon as the LP leaked. The record, which features Sean and Kanye West and has production from DJ Mustard, Mike Dean and Kanye West, contains a soulful sample and piano riff with a modern touch.
  • New Flame
    New Flame
    Chris Brown has finally got a release date for his forthcoming album, simply titled X. He announced this past week that X arrives on May 5th. Today he follows that up with the release of a new song off the album, featuring Ricky Rozay, "New Flame", as he attempts to cuff a new girl.
  • All My Love
    All My Love
    "All My Love" is the latest instalment in L.A. emcee Azad Right's ongoing #GetRightTuesdays series, during which he'll leak new material every other Tuesday until his upcoming For The Hopeful project drops. The cut was produced by Right's frequent collaborator ChromeBully. This is a love song about Los Angeles, touching on the often ill-fated desire for fame and fortune, the essential hustle-by-any-means mentality and the effect addiction can have on a family.
  • Blk & Wht
    Blk & Wht
    The MMG Bawse has decided to release his new Mastermind album a day early, and with the official drop of the LP Rozay has let go a video teaser for "War Ready" as well as a little visualizer for his record "Blk & Wht" off the album.
  • New Agenda
    New Agenda
    Big K.R.I.T.'s got a new agenda-- something which we were told about yesterday, with the launch of his "Week Of K.R.I.T." The "Week Of K.R.I.T." kicked off strong this morning, with a new record featuring Rick Ross aptly-titled "New Agenda." "The Week Of K.R.I.T." will see new releases from Krizzle for seven consecutive days, which serves as some nice promo for his forthcoming album Cadillactica. 
  • Wit It
    Wit It
    Jazz Lazer is back with more new music. After hitting us with the Casey Veggies-featured track “Impressive” last week, the Las Vegas rapper returned Friday night with his latest offering “Wit It”, featuring Rick Ross, French Montana, Mally Mall, and Detail. The original version of this record appeared on French Montana’s Coke Boyz 4 mixtape, but the Future Music Group artist secured this re-worked version for himself. Track produced by Detail.
  • Supreme
    Rick Ross decided to let go a little visualizer (with NSFW women) for the audio of his "Supreme" record which has production from Scott Storch and some words from Katt Williams. The MMG Bawse already has the full stream for Mastermind out, with the album hitting stores next week on March 4th. Scott Storch is vying for a comeback, as we've seen in recent months, how did he do on this? 
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