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Rick Ross secures multi-year residency at Drai’s Nightclub in Vegas

“I’m excited to kick the summer off in a MAJOR WAY 2021,” he wrote on Instagram.

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Rick Ross has secured a multi-year residency at Las Vegas’ Drai’s Nightclub.

On Thursday (June 3), the “Aston Martin Music” emcee took to Instagram to commemorate the news. “BIGGEST THUS FAR @draislv MULTI-YEAR DEAL!!! LAS/ROSS VEGAS,” he captioned the post. “I’m excited to kick the summer off in a MAJOR WAY 2021! Thank everyone who helped put the pieces together for this masterpiece. @overseasia @ravishingice did it again. ORDER ALL THE @officialbelaire IN THE CITY NOW. THE BOSS BACK.”

According to KTNV, Rozay will give full-length concerts from the 11th story rooftop of The Cromwell Hotel starting on June 26.

The Florida native will perform a setlist of his biggest hits spanning from his 15-year career, including “Hustlin’,” “Push It,” “The Boss” and “B.M.F.” Tickets for his first show are on sale now at Draisgroup.com. Tickets for his Aug. 14 concert will go on sale soon and additional dates will be announced later this year.

“We’re thrilled to welcome Rick Ross to the Drai’s LIVE family,” said Dustin Drai, vice president of entertainment and marketing for Drai’s. “As one of the most influential artists and dynamic live performers of the 21st century, he continues Drai’s trajectory of delivering arena-level performers in an unparalleled nightlife atmosphere.”

Aside from his new venture, Ross is reportedly planning to release a joint album with Drake. Back in March, ex NFL-star Chad Johnson revealed the news on social media while responding to a tweet from Rap Caviar. “Drake and Ross been cooking up for a decade,” Rap Caviar wrote. “What’s their best collab?”

“The joint album they’re doing together with...all projects they’ve done to date,” Johnson replied, alongside a closed-lip emoji. The two rappers have a long list of hit records together, including, “Lemon Pepper Freestyle,” “Stay Schemin’” and “Money In The Grave.”

Check out Ross’ post below.

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