"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.
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.
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.
A little while back if someone told us that Rick Ross would drop a track with Young Jeezy, we would have thought you crazy. Like institutional-level crazy. However Jeezy and Rick Ross have set aside their beef and bring us "War Ready," with production on behalf of Mike WiLL Made It.
Another verse from The Bawse. After jumping on Wale's brand new "Clappers" remix yesterday with Fat Trel and Young Thug, Ricky Rozay decides to release a new soulful track of his own to hold fans over 'til the March 4th release date of his new album Mastermind.
Rozay tweeted earlier today that he'd be dropping this big single with Jay Z at 1 PM today, and he comes through right on time. This will live on Ross' delayed album Mastermind, now scheduled to arrive in 2014. Who killed this? Hov or Rozay? The soulful production comes from K.E. On The Track.
Check out No Games [CDQ], the latest track from Rick Ross, featuring Future which dropped on Friday, September 6th, 2013. Rick Ross's movement grows stronger with each new release, and No Games [CDQ] has further strengthened that fact.
Stream I Wonder Why (CDQ/Dirty), the newest drop from Rick Ross. The cut was released on Monday, July 29th, 2013. Things are looking better for Rick Ross with each new release, which I Wonder Why (CDQ/Dirty) has proven yet again.