Rick Ross lands the cover of the new issue of The Source magazine.
For The Source's October/November issue, Ross rocks a blue fur coat and gets interviewed by Shaheem Reid. Rozay discusses his success in the game, you can check out a quote from the interview below.
"It feel good as hell. When you look at these dope ass covers, just being on the bible, it still means that much to me. You understand? I'm going into my 6th album, my 5th cover just letting you know that every year they supported the team MMG. Get ready for the craziest Ricky Rozay story, as soon as you see me on the cover, pick it up, even if Iâm not on the cover, still pick it up. Itâs the culture."
Peep a look at the photo shoot with The Source below.
[UPDATE: Pusha T Also Covers The Source]
The Source have a double cover this month, and recruited Pusha T for his first big placement on a magazine as a solo artist.Â
Push's photo shoot went down with a live snake, check that out below, and read The Source's write-up concerning the Pusha T cover.
Pusha T graces the cover of The Source Magazine in what marks his first major placement on a print cover as a solo artist. In the ever-changing landscape of Hip-Hop, the Virginia native has lived through personal and professional tragedies en route to releasing multiple classic albums. âThe Source is where we get a birdâs eye view of the evolution of hip-hop. A cover to commemorate My Name Is My Name, is dope. Pun intendedâ says Pusha T. Pusha talks about working under the watchful, perfectionist eye of Kanye West, and what life as a former drug-dealer from Virginia whose outlasted both his friends and his enemies.