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Rick Ross and Drake joint project is reportedly under “serious consideration”

Rozay said that he and Drake talked about a joint project after the release of “Lemon Pepper Freestyle.”

Drake, Rick Ross Grant Lamos IV/Alberto E. Rodriguez, Getty Images

Drake and Rick Ross had a conversation about a possible joint album. During an interview with Miasia Symone and MSL Media, Rozay revealed the stars may possibly team up to record a full-length project.

When asked whether the culture will get a Drake and Ross album, the Teflon Don star replied, “After our latest release…‘Lemon Pepper Freestyle.’ We had that conversation, and it’s most definitely under serious consideration.”

Following the release of Drake and Ross’ most recent collaboration, fans praised the song on social media. Some mentioned Drizzy’s lyricism. “He went off on ‘Lemon Pepper Freestyle,’” one Twitter user wrote.

Others talked about the production of the song. “Whoever flipped that sample on ‘Lemon Pepper Freestyle’ is COLD BLOODED,” a fan remarked. “This shit is so ill.”

Many pointed out that “Lemon Pepper Freestyle” aligns with other highly-praised singles in the rappers’ history of collaborations, and demands of a future joint project between the two ensued.

“When Ross and Drake on a track together, they don’t miss,” one fan wrote. Journalist Elliot Wilson added, “Fuck it, I want a Drake Rozay tape. CLB (Certified Lover Boy) me in Sept. We’ll wait. Ha!”

Amid the various conversations about the song off Drake’s Scary Hours three-pack, Rap Caviar penned a tweet, asking fans to name some of the pair’s best work.

“Drake and Ross been cooking up for a decade,” Rap Caviar penned. “What’s their best collab?”

The post drew several reactions, but the one from Chad Johnson gave fans hope of a future project between the rappers. In response to the tweet, he answered, “The joint album they’re doing together with unseat all projects they’ve done to date.”

If the project does eventually come to fruition, Ross and Drake have some big hits to follow. Their recent collaborations include “Gold Roses” and “Money in the Grave,” Take Care’s “Lord Knows,” “Aston Martin Music,” “I’m On One,” “Stay Schemin,” “Free Spirit,” “Diced Pineapples,” “Pop That,” “No New Friends” and “Made Men.”

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