The melodic, grandiose kingpin rap that Rick Ross perfected on 2009's Deeper Than Rap continues to be his calling card into his ninth studio album Rather You Than Me. "Lamborghini Doors," which features production from StreetRunner and Azzouz, as well as a slippery smooth hook from Anthony Hamilton, is among the best tracks that keeps this distinct sound alive. Meek Mill, who's generally found on grittier 808-driven production these days, sounds invigorated on the soulful loop, breaking into falsetto at the end of his punchline-heavy verse. Unsurprisingly, Ross sounds comfortable as ever on the track, sharing some effortlessly luxurious bars that remind us of what he does best.
Stream the full project, which includes "Idols Become Rivals," Rozay's much-discussed diss track which takes aim at Birdman.
Poverty-stricken, boy, you gotta be kidding
Living like we hit the lottery, n*gga
I been tippin' since Scottie was Pippen
Chad was sippin'
And before I had that bag
I used to bag them bitches