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Ricky Rozay's follow up to "Black Market" arrives on St. Patrick's Day.

Rick Rossinformed us back in November that his next album, Rather You Than Me, would be dropping in early 2017, and now we finally know when that it’ll be.

Early Wednesday morning, Rick Ross had comedian Chris Rock announce the release date in a clip posted on his Instagram page. “I wanna say whats up to my man Ricky Ross, Ricky Rozay. The greatest rapper alive and he’s got a new album coming out called ‘Rather You Than Me’ that drops March 17th with the hit single 'I Think She Like’ featuring Ty Dolla Sign,” Chris says in the clip before shouting out LA Reid & MMG. 

Serving as his first release under Epic Records, Rather You Than Me will follow up Rozay's 2015 solo album Black Market, which was his last under his old label Def Jam Recordings. As for who we can expect to hear on the album still remains unknown, but we do know Rozay was recently spotted in the studio with Jay Z so let's keep our fingers crossed.

Peep the announcement (below) and revisit the single “I Think She Like Me” to hold you over in the meantime. We'll keep you posted once more information on the album surfaces.

**Breaking News** @richforever new album "Rather You Than Me" in stores March 17, 2017

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Rick Ross Announces Release Date For "Rather You Than Me" Album

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Ricky Rozay's follow up to "Black Market" arrives on St. Patrick's Day.

Rick Rossinformed us back in November that his next album, Rather You Than Me, would be dropping in early 2017, and now we finally know when that it’ll be.

Early Wednesday morning, Rick Ross had comedian Chris Rock announce the release date in a clip posted on his Instagram page. “I wanna say whats up to my man Ricky Ross, Ricky Rozay. The greatest rapper alive and he’s got a new album coming out called ‘Rather You Than Me’ that drops March 17th with the hit single 'I Think She Like’ featuring Ty Dolla Sign,” Chris says in the clip before shouting out LA Reid & MMG. 

Serving as his first release under Epic Records, Rather You Than Me will follow up Rozay's 2015 solo album Black Market, which was his last under his old label Def Jam Recordings. As for who we can expect to hear on the album still remains unknown, but we do know Rozay was recently spotted in the studio with Jay Z so let's keep our fingers crossed.

Peep the announcement (below) and revisit the single “I Think She Like Me” to hold you over in the meantime. We'll keep you posted once more information on the album surfaces.

**Breaking News** @richforever new album "Rather You Than Me" in stores March 17, 2017

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