This week, Rick Ross was back in action days after being hospitalized from a health scare in which the Maybach Music Group honcho was found unresponsive in his Florida home. He was spotted out in public for the first time since his discharge from the hospital shopping with his mother and daughter.

Most recently, in another public appearance, Rozay met up with frequent collaborator and friend IRL Gucci Mane as the two men posted a few pictures as evidence of the link up. While Gucci Mane took the chance to express his content with Rick Ross’s wellbeing, both emcees also took the opportunity to let fans know that their upcoming efforts are on the horizon.

While Gucci let us know that the compilation 1017 Eskimo Boys Vol. 1 project is set to arrive sometime in the future, Rick Ross reinforced the impending delivery of his Port of Miami 2: Born to Kill. It was last year that Ross announced that he would be delivering on a sequel to his debut studio album to ring in his 10th studio album. The original iteration, home to breakout single “Hustlin,” proved to kick Renzel’s off career to an explosive start, certifying Platinum and earning him a No. 1 spot on the Billboard Hot 200.

After the recent scare, though, it’s good to see that Rick Ross is already back to his usual routine. His socials have already been home to a few other announcements, including the expansion of his Fingalicking Restaurant franchise. Good news for us all.