Since the release of his debut album Port Of Miami back in 2006, Rick Ross has done nothing but elevate through the years in every aspect of the business. Not only has he capitalized on more than enough business ventures from Wing/Thigh Stop franchises to Bel Aire to his own rap snacks, Rozay has crafted one of the greatest hip hop discographies that we have ever seen (whether you like it or not). Already having 10 cohesive studio albums under his belt, Rick Ross continues to put his greatness on display with the release of his 11th album Richer Than I Ever Been and it is indeed, one of his best.
A multiple millionaire keep’s himself occupied
— Yung Rénzél 👑 (@RickRoss) November 24, 2021
Richer Than I Ever Been serves as the follow up to Rozay’s 2019 LP Port Of Miami 2. While there were many naysayers doubting the ability of Ross’ pen game, it is inevitable that those sentiments were the furthest thing from the truth. It has been a pretty fruitful year for Rick Ross to say the least. After dropping off his best selling book The Perfect Day To Boss Up, he hit the road with heavy hitters Boosie, Jeezy, Gucci Mane, Lil Kim, Fabolous, 2 Chainz & DJ Drama for their “Legendz Of The Streetz” tour. Richer Than I Ever Been couldn’t have came at a better time to close out this year.
Back in September, Ross spoke about his much-anticipated 11th studio album stating, “Really, I feel this is the best album I’ve ever done. I make progress every day. I feel like some of the stuff I’m saying on this album is really going to separate it from others.”
Laced with a total of 12 records, Rick Ross tapped on a number of solid features: The-Dream, Benny The Butcher, Wale, Future, Dream Doll, Yungeen Ace, Blxst, 21 Savage, Jazmine Sullivan, Wiz Khalifa and more! Tap in now.
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