Rick Ross Performs "If They Knew" On Jimmy Kimmel Live
Rick Ross hasn't let down on the promotion for Hood Billionaire just yet. The album dropped on Monday, November 24th, and since then he's visited The Breakfast Club and delivered a music video for the K.
Rick Ross On The Breakfast Club
Fresh off the release of his new Hood Billionaire album, Rick Ross made his way to The Breakfast Club in New York and spoke on his seventh studio album, and doing two albums in one year. Rozay talks about collaborating with K. Michelle, which leads Charlamagne Tha God to ask if he hit that. Ross says no, and they go on to talk about another rumored girl of Rick Ross, Ming Lee. Ross only says she's "sexy" without denying or admitting any rumors.
Rick Ross "Hood Billionaire" Video
After linking up with modern trap pioneer Lex Luger for two tracks on his 2010 high water mark, Teflon Don, and one on the follow-up mixtape, Rich Forever, Rick Ross went almost three years without working with Luger. That changed when Hood Billionaire dropped yesterday, as its title track features a dope Luger beat of its own.
Rick Ross Feat. K. Michelle "If They Knew" Video
Rick Ross Feat. K. Michelle
After giving us plenty of photos from the set of the video shoot for "If They Knew," Rick Ross returns today with the official music video, featuring K. Michelle. As we saw from the photos, Rozay and K. Michelle meet up at the laundromat (definitely a reflection of Ross' every day life) and getting a bit cozy. Peep the new set of visuals above.
The Making of Rick Ross & Styles P’s “B.M.F. (Blowin’ Money Fast)”
Looking back at his critically-acclaimed Albert Anastasia EP, Rick Ross recently sat down with Complex Magazine for their latest episode of Magnum Opus. Highlighting one of the project’s standout cuts, “B.M.F. (Blowin’ Money Fast) with Styles P, Rozay discusses how that song impacted the rise of the Maybach Music Empire. During the 11-minute sit-down, Rozay is joined by Alex “Gucci Pucci” Bethune, DJ Khaled, Chris Atlas, and Shaheem Reid to take a look back at the history of the record, and how it all came together.
Bawse For A Day With Rick Ross
With his album Hood Billionaire, dropping next week, Ricky Rozay is in promo mode right now and making his stops at various publications across the country and NYC. Following his hilarious Rossfit sketch, Rozay made his way by the MTV offices where he became the boss for the day.
Migos Feat. Rick Ross "Black Bottles" Video
Migos Feat. Rick Ross
Ricky Rozay gets his go-to DRE Films to direct the latest visual from himself and Migos. The two parties connected last month with "Black Bottles," no doubt referring to Ross' heavily-promo'd Belaire black bottles. The song appears to just be a loose cut, as it didn't make Migos' Rich Nigga Timeline mixtape.
Rick Ross Breaks Down RossFit (Funny Or Die Sketch)
Rick Ross' weight loss is becoming more and more visible by the day. He may soon no longer be able to call himself the biggest bawse in the game, at least not literally. Awhile back he claimed his weight loss was a form of CrossFit which he dubbed RossFit. He also shouted out all the pears, 'cause apparently he lost weight by eating a lot of pears.
YOWDA Feat. Tracy T "Forgot That" Video
YOWDA Feat. Tracy T
November's already been a big month for Las Vegas spitter Yowda. Last week, Rick Ross just announced that he'd be the latest addition to Maybach Music Group's fast-growing roster, joining Fat Trel and Tracy T as the label's latest signees. Today, we have the distinct pleasure of dropping Yowda's first video as an MMG artist. "Forgot That" also features the aforementioned Tracy T.
Rick Ross Feat. Yo Gotti "Trap Luv" Video
Rick Ross Feat. Yo Gotti
Ahead of Hood Billionaire, which is set to drop on November 24th, Rick Ross has shared quite a few cuts from the album, but it appears that he's not done yet. Today, Rozay shares "Trap Luv," a previously-unreleased track that features Yo Gotti, in video form.
Rick Ross Talks K. Michelle & Lebron Leaving Miami Heat
Ricky Rozay dropped off his latest collaboration with Jay Z, "Movin' Bass," off the upcoming street-oriented album Hood Billionaire. The single is getting mixed reactions on the site (peep it here), but Rozay isn't holding back on promo for this LP for a second.
Rick Ross Feat. R. Kelly "Keep Doin' That" Video
Rick Ross Feat. R. Kelly
Rick Ross is getting ready to release his second album of the year, which would seem crazy, if he didn't still have the best selling hip hop record of 2014 with Mastermind (yes, bigger than Iggy Azalea). The second single from Hood Billionaire is a collaboration with none other than R. Kelly, which is a traditionally extravagant affair, with Ross rocking plenty of fur, while he throws a Great Gatsby-level party.
Rick Ross Feat. Project Pat "Elvis Presley Blvd. " Video
Rick Ross Feat. Project Pat
The last we heard from MMG's head honcho was back when he released the official BTS video for "Keep Doin' That." Before the R. Kelly feature makes its way to YouTube in final form, "Elvis Presley Blvd." gets a video treatment of its own.
Rick Ross Feat. R. Kelly "Keep Doin' That (Rich Bitch)" BTS Video
Rick Ross Feat. R. Kelly
We've seen the pictures from the video set, we've heard the song -- now comes time for a behind the scenes peek at Rick Ross and R. Kelly's upcoming "Keep Doin' That (Rich Bitch)" video. MMG just shared the BTS video on their YouTube channel. Opening with audio from another Hood Billionaire track, "Elvis Presley BLVD," the video then goes on to show Rick Ross breaking down the intricacies of the shoot. Jeezy and Jermaine Dupri show up for the video's filming, and with amount of fine women in attendance, who could blame them?
Rick Ross On Hot 97
Ricky Rozay recently paid a visit to The Breakfast Club, and thus had to make a visit to the Power 105.1 competitor Hot 97. Ross sits down to discuss what he's got going on with Ebro, Peter Rosenberg and Laura Styles.
Rick Ross On The Breakfast Club
Rick Ross just debuted a new single with R. Kelly last night, "Keep Doin' That (Rich Bitch)." This morning he keeps the album promo for Hood Billionaire alive and well with a new interview with Power 105's The Breakfast Club.
Stalley Feat. Rick Ross "Everything A Dope Boy Ever Wanted" Video
Stalley Feat. Rick Ross
Stalley is currently gearing up to release his long-awaited debut album Ohio, and earlier this week he dropped off a track from the project that features his Maybach Music Group label boss, Rick Ross. "One More Shot" is still available to stream, but now we've got another collaboration from the bearded duo.
Jeezy, Rick Ross, DJ Mustard & YG “BET Hip-Hop Awards 2014” Vlog
Jeezy Feat. Rick Ross, DJ Mustard & YG
When it comes to Atlanta, Jeezy's probably one of your best choices as far as a tour guide goes. After years of plowing the streets and dusting the city's residents with some fresh powder, the Snowman undoubtedly knows the A's best nightclubs. A few years ago at the BET Awards, Jeezy and Rick Ross had a backstage scuffle, but they seem to have patched things up, because Jeezy invited Rozay to go out with him, DJ Mustard and YG. The "My Nigga" team's adventures on that night are catalogued in a new vlog from Revolt TV, which is now available to watch above.
Chris Brown "New Flame" Behind-The-Scenes Video
Chris Brown's "New Flame" music video may already be far behind you in the rearview mirror, but that hasn't stopped Sony Music from continuing to promote it on the singer's YouTube account. The latest in a series of last minute promotional material for Brown's new album, X, this new behind-the-scenes video gives the viewer an opportunity to see the cast and crew in action. Included over the course of the three-and-a-half minutes are dance rehearsals and few good looks at the G&E (finally, a video that gives us a look at the real heroes of a film set).
Rick Ross Discusses His Net Worth With Forbes
On the intro to his Black Bar Mitzvah tape, Rick Ross rapped, "don't put me on Forbes no more, don't put me next to these lil broke motherfuckers." It seems as though the MMG bawse felt like his wealth was misrepresented on that year's Forbes Hip-Hop list, which had him at number 20 with $6 million a year.