Come Dec. 10, Rick Ross will unveil his eleventh studio LP Richer Than I’ve Ever Been, which has already spawned the singles “Pinned to the Cross” with Finn Matthews and “Outlawz” with 21 Savage and Jazmine Sullivan. Today, he adds to that with the Boi-1da-produced “Little Havana,” which features past collaborator The-Dream and former drug kingpin Willie Falcon, the latter of whom shows returned love to Rozay during the song’s intro. The rest of the track sees Ross reflecting on his success, life, and career:
“Problem was I never was a prodigy, possibly, my biggest flaw is lack of modesty, diabolical means never knew college degrees, sippin’ coffee at a cafe on college, capisce? Niggas soul being sold and still own a leash, Roger Goodell, boy, he in a corniche, I was really throwin’ money, I really saw Meech, and I let them rappin’ niggas get closer to Meek, it ain’t ’bout who made the most, but let’s make a toast, ’cause a lot of niggas told and kept it on the low…”
Upon its arrival, Richer Than I’ve Ever Been will follow 2019’s Port of Miami 2, the sequel to Ross‘ debut album Port of Miami that was released back in 2006. Port of Miami 2 contained 15 tracks with additional appearances from Wale, Summer Walker, Swizz Beatz, the late Nipsey Hussle, Lil Wayne, Drake, and more. That project also became the Maybach Music honcho‘s top ten body of work, peaking at number two on the Billboard 200 thanks to 80,000 first-week album equivalent units sold.
“It should be something that when I see it (snaps), I fuck with that. When you got to sit there and sell me on it, I doubt it’ll come to me, but if it’s something I naturally fuck with, I’m with it.”
Press play on “Little Havana.”