Rick Ross announces new album, 'Port of Miami 2: Born to Kill'

  /  03.21.2017

For Rick Ross, the hustle continues.

It hasn’t been a week since the release of his ninth studio album, and Epic Records debut, Rather You Than Me, but already Rick Ross has his sight set on album number 10. With his hustler’s ambition in tact, the MMG captain appeared on 103.5 The Beat in Miami this week and announced plans for a sequel to his 2006 debut — Port of Miami 2: Born to Kill.

“As far as the tenth, I’m closing out the tenth with the tenth, my tenth album before I close out my tenth year, it will be Port of Miami 2: Born to Kill,” he revealed on the radio show.

The project arrives as Rather You Than Me is projected to move over 100,000 copies next week on the Billboard 200. It also comes after Rozay recently celebrated the 10th year anniversary of the project in 2016 with a special concert.

No release date has been revealed for Port of Miami 2, but check out REVOLT’s documentary about Rick Ross’ classic debut below, featuring commentary from DJ Khaled and Rozay himself.


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