On Dec. 10, Rick Ross will make his official return and unleash his brand new album Richer Than I Ever Been. The first taste of it has officially arrived today (Nov. 12) as he releases “Outlawz” featuring 21 Savage and Jazmine Sullivan. On the new track, Ross gives his fans what they know and love as he rides his signature triumphant beat with ease:
I wanna see my dawgs on the mountain tops and n***as only ballin’ when they album drop/ I got a lot of cars wrappin’ ‘round the block and livin’ better than these rappers rappin’ ‘round the clock
Rozay can also be heard on a slew of recent collaborations this year. These include the official remix of Guapdad 4000’s “How Many,” Joyner Lucas’ “Legend,” “Run It” with Rich Brian and DJ Snake, and “All For Nothing” with Paloma Ford. It’s been a couple of years since Rick Ross released his tenth studio LP Port of Miami 2, the official sequel to his 2006 debut that saw 15 tracks with additional features from Wale, Gunplay, Meek Mill, Summer Walker, DeJ Loaf, the late Nipsey Hussle, Teyana Taylor, Jeezy, YFN Lucci, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Lil Wayne, and more.
Back in January, Jazmine Sullivan unveiled the conceptual EP Heaux Tales, and the title seems to have aged perfectly in relation to the recent scenario. The project is a 14-track body of work with additional appearances from Ari Lennox, H.E.R., and Anderson .Paak, along with a slew of spoken word pieces — or “tales” — courtesy of Antoinette Henry, Precious Daughtry, Rashida Northington, and more.
21 Savage and Metro Boomin reunited back in October for the second installment of their wildly popular Savage Mode series, which saw 15 dope cuts and appearances from Drake, Young Thug, Young Nudy, and legendary actor Morgan Freeman — the last of whom handled narration duties throughout the album.
Be sure to press play on Rick Ross’ brand new single “Outlawz.”
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