Last month, Rick Ross unveiled his eleventh studio LP Richer Than I Ever Been, which came with 12 tracks and additional features from Wiz Khalifa, The-Dream, Benny The Butcher, Future, Wale, Blxst, and more. Following the visual for the 21 Savage and Jazmine Sullivan-assisted “Outlawz,” Rozay keeps the momentum going with another for “Wiggle,” a collaboration with DreamDoll and sees the two talking that rockstar lifestyle talk over production from Sam Sneak, Lyle Leduff, and Don Cannon:
“They offered 30 years, I beat it on the loophole, 2 days later, nigga pulled up in a 2-tone, got bitches sleepin’ on the floor like it’s a group home, the only question I can see is where ya movin’? Got ’em takin’ off they clothes like it’s the Luke show, I’m the new king of Miami, even Luke know, I got a mansion on the beach, I’m talkin’ two boats, and my new bitch of the week, I call her Deepthroat, Deepthroat, yeah, she got a deep throat…”
Keeping with the theme of the song, the Roscoe-directed visual for “Wiggle” takes us to Rozay‘s Angels, a drive-thru strip club where cars are seemingly lined up for miles (with the help of some CGI). Within, money is being made in large amounts, while Ross is seen swimming in Belaire, enjoying a miniature pole dance on the top of his styrofoam cup, and otherwise taking in the eye candy all around him. DreamDoll makes sure to join in on the fun as well, both inside of her vehicle and next to her Miami cohort.
As previously reported by REVOLT, Ross recently showed off his acting chops during an appearance on the CBS crime drama “The Equalizer.” He made sure to show his thanks to the show’s lead actress (and fellow hip hop icon) via social media:
“Much love to the icon [Queen Latifah] for the opportunity … Check out my major tv network acting debut on [“The Equalizer”] acting alongside [Tory Kittles.]”
Press play on “Wiggle” below.