Rick Ross and the MMG crew all stopped by the Breakfast Club on Power 105  in New York the other day. While there, Rozay discussed putting together his MMG team.

On putting the Maybach Music Group together, Rozay says, "you know, everybody that you see sitting here at the roundtable, you know, first and foremost I was a fan of, you know what I'm sayin'. When it came to Wale, I just really sat down and caught homie's wordplay and I'm like is everybody listening to what I'm listening to, you know what I'm sayin'. And I just felt like, under the right music and under the right stage, if he just keep doing what he was doing, it would come to light, and here we are, a year later, his second album Ambition is extremely close to being certified gold."

"Stalley, you know, I followed homie, just like on the underground, independent level. I was watching him put out viral videos and I could just tell looking at him, that he was doing this himself, you know what I'm sayin'. And I really feel like, to be successful in this day and age, that's something that you gotta take personal. You gotta take that upon yourself to make sure those visuals and everything else really connect with people and that's what the homie did."

"Meek, I was on the road, promoting my last album Teflon Don, and you know, I kept hearing his name. So I reached out to him, told him to swing by the studio. He came through. You know, he had just got out of jail, he still had his jailhouse braids."

They continued to discuss adding Omarion to the team. As well they chopped it up with Meek about Twitter, various rumors concerning Rihanna, his upcoming album Dreams & Nightmares, and how much MMG changed his life. Wale discussed his shoe game and his next album, while Omarion spoke on his comeback. Finally Rozay gave his thoughts on the Heat, his next album and Justin Bieber.

Watch the full interview below.