Rick Ross will be hitting the road soon.
While on Instagram yesterday (Aug. 8), the rapper announced that he is embarking on the Port of Miami 2 Tour. In his announcement, Ross reveals that he has plans of adding more dates.
"The Boss back on the road. Here are the first leg Official #PortOfMiami2 Tour Dates. Miami I have something special planned for The crib. Announcing the dates soon. #PortOfMiami2 #MMG #LLBB," he wrote as his Instagram caption. The tour is set to visit cities such as Vancouver, Miami, Dallas, Houston, San Francisco, Los Angeles and more.
At midnight, the 43-year-old rapper dropped his Port of Miami 2 LP. On the 15-track album, Ross collaborates with many notable forces including A Boogie wit da Hoodie, Denzel Curry, John Legend, Lil Wayne, Ball Greezy, Meek Mill, Swizz Beatz, Dej Loaf and more. On the eighth track, however, Ross has a special verse from the late rapper, Nipsey Hussle.
For Nip's verse, the slain rapper made reference to the legal trouble that rapper 6ix9ine was facing. "Double caseloads, push buttons, I got say-so/When it's war time, never lay low, y'all play roles/I can't name a fake nigga that was not exposed/How y'all niggas so surprised that Tekashi told?/Ain't a real street nigga 'less you got a code/Mines one comma, nigga,followed by a lot of O's," Nipsey spits.
Previously, Ross released "Gold Roses," which features Drake. During one of his recent press runs, Ross recalled how he heard of Drake in the first place.
"I just think naturally and honestly we fans of each other," he said. "I remember the first time a chick ever told me about this artist Drake, I said well play him! When I heard him, I heard his tone, I heard his melodies, he went from rapping to singing. I was like, that's different."
Check out Rick Ross' announcement regarding his upcoming tour, Port of Miami 2, below.