Rick Ross "Carol City" Video
Rick Ross' Black Market was -- for the most part -- a return to the luxurious, pop-leaning sound he introduced on Deeper Than Rap, but bonus track, Carol City, was one of the harder record of the bunch. As he tends to do for most of his tracks, Rozay has now filmed a video for the deep cut, bringing new attention to a track we previously overlooked.
Memphis Bleek On The Breakfast Club
The Breakfast Club welcomed New York staple Memphis Bleek into the studio to speak on a number of topics. The hosts immediately called him out for being more active in the media recently, and he revealed its because he’s starting to release music again.
Lupe Fiasco Teases New Song Featuring Rick Ross & Big K.R.I.T. At Portland Concert
Last night Lupe Fiasco was in Portland, Oregon for the second show of his “For The Fans” tour. Lupe performed tracks from throughout his catalog, but he also laced the lucky crowd with a new joint off of his upcoming project DROGAS, for which the Chicago emcee has shared the artwork. To be clear, DROGAS is NOT his last release.
Remy Ma Feat. Rick Ross, Yo Gotti "Hands Down" Video
Remy Ma Feat. Rick Ross & Yo Gotti
Remy Ma has been out of prison for over a year now. Released from incarceration a new woman, she has had plenty of time to plot her comeback album. This past weekend, she dropped a track called "Hands Down" that featured the hook talents of Yo Gotti and a verse from Rick Ross. This morning, the New York femcee and Love & Hip Hop star liberates the track's music video.
DJ Khaled Gets Lost At Sea On Jet Ski, Documents Journey On Snapchat
DJ Khaled tends to document the mundane on his Snapchat -- Khaled watering his plants, Khaled eating food from Finga Lickin, Khaled delivering inspirational messages to the Snapchat faithful. But last night, things took a turn for the real: Khaled got lost riding his jet ski at night, which is a terrible idea. He used Snapchat to share his harrowing journey with the rest of humanity.
Rick Ross Performs "Sorry" On The Late Late Show
Rick Ross' album Black Market is out now, and he's making the rounds promoting the project. After rocking "Sorry" with Chris Brown and a full band earlier this week on Jimmy Kimmel, he hit the stage at the Late Late Show with James Corden to perform the hot single with nothing more than a DJ and some dry ice.
Chris Brown & Rick Ross Perform "Sorry" & "Back To Sleep" On Kimmel
Chris Brown & Rick Ross
With Rick Ross fresh off the release of his eighth studio album Black Market and Chris Brown's Royalty just around the corner, the two of them teamed up last night for a live performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Rick Ross "Crocodile Python" Video
When thinking up a treatment for the "Crocodile Python" video, two concepts were likely brought up-- crocodiles... and you guessed it... pythons. The first option was probably ruled too dangerous, so Rozay went with a shit-ton of snakes -- not exactly the safest option either, but as we remember from Britney Spears' "I'm A Slave 4 U" VMA performance, doable.
Rick Ross On The Breakfast Club
Rick Ross stirred up some controversy when he dropped a new Black Market song, "Color Money," which had some shots in store for Drake, and seemingly, Lil Wayne/Birdman too. Not shying away from the topic that's on everyone's mind, Charlamagne Tha God kicks off the interview by asking about the song and if there's a diss in there. In Rozay's typical manner, he somehow avoids answering the question altogether by giving us blanket statements, here's a selection of them: "That record is what it is." "Everybody who know Rozay know how I get down."
Rick Ross Talks New Album, Wale & Meek Situation, & More On Hot 97
To promote his upcoming Black Market album, which drops this Friday, Rick Ross made his way by the Hot 97 studios recently to chop it up with the gang from Ebro In The Morning.
Rick Ross "2 Shots" Video
Rick Ross' new studio album Black Market is only a few weeks away, but his Black Dollar mixtape still feels very fresh. Being the great businessman that he is, Rozay has kept pumping out the videos for the tape as the release date of his album approaches. The latest is "2 Shots," a smooth track with some uncredited R&B vocals and immortal Rozay brags like "selfies with Beyonce".
Rick Ross "Black Market" Trailer
Rick Ross is preparing his new studio album for a December 4th release, and today he's shared an action-packed new trailer for the project, Soundtracked by Black Dollar highlight "Knight of the Templar," Rozay's latest tease features studio sessions, live performances, private jets, crime, strippers, and a whole lot of cash.
Rick Ross Talks Red Starbucks Cup On Comedy Central’s Nightly Show
Rick Ross was the special guest on Thursday night’s episode of Comedy Central’s Nightly Show, where he “kept it 100” on set. Sitting down alongside TV producer Norman Lear & comedian Bill Engvall, the MMG bawse talked about the major headlines on social media from this past week, including the outcry over Starbucks’ red holiday cup and the assignation of baby Hitler. Having to hear the input of the other guests waters down this Rozay segment a little bit, but it’s still definitely worth the time. Check it out.
Rick Ross Feat. Chris Brown "Sorry" Video
Rick Ross Feat. Chris Brown
A month after dropping Black Market lead single "Sorry," Rick Ross returns with the music video. Ricky Rozay has never been shy about getting down and dirty on camera, and the "Sorry" video is no different. The former corrections officer is embroiled in a love triangle and tries to save his relationship with his main girl after she discovers his side piece's panties. The ending is rather unexpected... and violent.
Rick Ross "Bill Gates" Video
Rick Ross impressed us with his Black Dollar mixtape earlier in the year, and he's continued to drop solid singles ever since. Today he's gone back to the tape, sharing the video for "Bill Gates," a track that perfectly merges his shouty arena trap with his more luxurious sound, putting together a high momentum, but still very glossy track.
Rick Ross Responds To Meek Mill/Wale Beef On Snapchat
Meek Mill was embroiled in some light beef with Wale yesterday, after he heard the comments Wale made during his Breakfast Club interview on the subject of Meek's beef with Drake. Meek's twitter fingers got the best of him, as he took to Instagram to write a long-winded post about Wale and claim he's not MMG. Wale gave a rather light-hearted response on twitter, and we're expecting this will fizzle out rather quickly, as Meek has already deleted the incriminating IG post. Nonetheless, when Rick Ross caught wind of the back-and-forth, he responded via Snapchat.
Rick Ross Talks To Angie Martinez About Rap Beef
Rick Ross has been making some interview rounds in New York, from The Breakfast Club to Ebro In The Morning. He visits Power 105.1 for a second time with a new interview with Angie Martinez, that's focused on a discussion of rap beef. Angie and Rozay start by discussing Meek Mill's L in the ghostwriting beef with Drake, although Ross doesn't want to commit to saying that he actually lost, and he seems certain that Meek will bounce back. They then turn the conversation to bankruptcy, namely 50 Cent going bankrupt.
Rick Ross On Ebro In The Morning
Only hours after paying a visit to The Breakfast Club, Rick Ross decided to walk across the street and sit down with their rival station, Hot 97, for another interview with the gang from Ebro in the Morning.
Rick Ross On The Breakfast Club
Rick Ross debuted his new single, "Sorry" featuring Chris Brown, on the Breakfast Club, paired with an interview of course.