Rick Ross Discusses "Mastermind" Status

Rick Ross says Wale is working on his new album, speaks on Maybach Music Group's newest signees.

Miami rapper Rick Ross offered a brief update on the various happenings at Maybach Music Group during an appearance on HoodRich Radio With DJ Scream this week as he discussed MMG’s newest signees, Fat Trel and Tracy T, and also provided fans with an update on the status of his next studio album, Mastermind.

According to Ross, he’s still putting the final touches on his album and only promised to get the album out “ASAP” when it is complete.

“Most definitely, look for that first Double MG film,” said the rapper. “You know what I’m saying? Coming from the team. Most definitely, look for that. And understand that’s gon’ be real big. But other than that, man, I’m excited for this new music coming from Fat Trel, Tracy T, of course Meek Mill, Wale. Wale working on his new album, man. And Stalley. We just got us a dream team over here. And I’m just really excited to see all the young bosses coming up…I’m still putting final touches on the album, man. And to me, man, making that classic is more important than anything…I’m trying to get it to you and if I don’t I’mma get it to you ASAP.”

Early last month, it was announced that both D.C. rapper Fat Trel and Atlanta lyricist Tracy T would be added to the MMG roster. Trel joined Ross during his interview with DJ Scream as Ross revealed that he’s currently working with the DMV emcee in the studio.

“These two power moves we just made,” said Ross. “These two big partnerships we just made with these two, young bosses, man…Most definitely, you know that boy Fat Trel been eating the streets up like a young G. Coming out of D.C., man. Doing his thing. We in the studio right now cooking up some thangs. So, we just doing what we do.”

Since early October, Ross’ Mastermind LP was slated for release on December 17. As of now it’s unclear when the album will be released and if it will see a release before the close of the year.

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141 Comments

  • Anonymous

    ross is a fag!! FAKE ASS GANGSTA

  • Anonymous

    shit pushed back cause it aint buzzin

  • riv216

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  • Anonymous

    top 3 fakest 1.game the stripper 2.50 the snitch 3.ross the cop

    • Anonymous

      The only people that talk about 50 Cent being real are 15 year old white kids who listen to Emiienem and play Pokemon. The rappers who have actual street fan bases dont want to collab with 50 Cent but all the white female singers want to collab with 50 Cent because he is just as corny as they are,

    • Anonymous

      yeah sure....

    • 0-1

      but 50 snitched on niggas such as preme gotti ... filed a restraing order on ja rule , black child and murder inc !!

    • Anonymous

      how is 50 faker than ross? theres countless interviews and videos of real niggas and even his enemies saying 50 is real and is everything he says he is.... even waka flockas uncle bimmy from supreme team co-signs 50

  • Mignon Trapp

    uptil I saw the draft four $5518, I have faith that...my... sister had been realie taking home money in their spare time from there pretty old laptop.. there sisters roommate has been doing this 4 less than eighteen months and by now repaid the loans on there home and bought a top of the range Lexus LS400. have a peek at this site... www.Fb39.com but was good and by far the best album of 2012. So far Kendrick got 2 classics with S.80 being one of the greatest pieces of music of this decade.

  • Japanese Frank White

    Out of respect for beardz worldwide----> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJAWHu10AzI

  • Anonymous

    "These two power moves we just made. These two big partnerships we just made with these two, young bosses, man" this nigga calls signing two unknown bums who will never go anywhere in the industry power moves LMFAO

    • Anonymous

      Slutty Boyz??? this cant be real what kind of suspect name is that

    • ^^^

      And none of that is true at all, Stanley McGroupie.

    • Anonymous

      The reason why people like you are broke and lonely is because of your fucked up attitude. Fat Trel and the Slutty Boyz been making heavy noise in the DMV but you live in Montana so you wouldnt know that and Tracy T been buzzing in ATL too but you a hater so kill yourself fuck boy.

  • E Unit

    Does this mean we get Street KingImmortal or do we have to wait another 5 years?

    • ^

      Again, BruthaDee and his sad ways.

    • Zeus

      Oh you poor baby. On a song called "Rich Forever" Rozay rapped "Ya shit pushed back 'cause you aint buzzin"! And those rhymes hurt you so much inside that 2 years later you are still talking about it? This big bully Ross mocking others, how horrible!!!

    • Anonymous

      this has nothing to do with 50 cent. everyone knows hes career is done. this is about ross pushing his shit back again after mocking others for doing the same thing

  • ricky rozay

    rub my belly and feed me

  • Anonymous

    Ross says "most definitely" about as much as 50 cent says "actual" but no one says anything bout that

  • Anonymous

    "this fool is comparing rick ross to garth brooks how many times did garth go platinum? looks like 50+ times to me he got multiple diamond selling albums" I'm not saying rick ross will ever go diamond but while his singles aren't top 40 mainstream, they are usually top ten hits on the rap charts. Like Garth Brooks only had one top 40 hit (as Chris Gaines) but he had plenty of top ten country singles.

  • HAS MMG PEAKED?

    For the first year in recent memory, MMG singles werent a mainstay on the pop charts, or even the hip-hop charts, in 2013. There was no Stay Schemin this summer, no B.M.F. no "Tupac Back." While Meek Mills Levels undoubtedly reached a level of cultural penetration as a concept, the song itself sat comfortably outside of the Hot 100 the entire season. Wale managed to do a little better. His latest album Gifted has sold a comfortable 250,000 copies, but Bad, his only song to go Top 40, relied heavily on signer Tiara Thomass hookand the songs original version pre-dated Wale. But asterisks or not, Wale at least managed to make some noise on the charts. Ross didnt even manage that level of success. His singles Box Chevy and Oil Money Gang didn't even make the R&B/Hip-Hop charts. His latest, No Games, is strong enough to break this spell, although whether it will garner Ross some dearly needed chart traction remains to be seen. Of course, Ross didnt completely vanish from the charts this yearhe just fell into the guest spot, as Rockos U.O.E.N.O. and Jay Zs FuckwitmeyouknowIgotit became hits. In some ways, though, their success almost seemed to mock Rosss quiet summer. The former did more harm than good, knocking him out of his Reebok deal thanks to his infamous lines about dropping molly in champagne. The latter sounded like an MMG single in every way, as if teasing Ross for giving away such a surefire hit. "No New Friends," meanwhile, just emphasized how much bigger of a hitmaker Drake is than anyone else on the song, at this particular point in time. The irony of Wale becoming MMGs frontrunner is that his success was the most unconventional, and remains slightly off-brand for a label built on Rick Rosss mob-boss imagery. But thus far, it seems to fit in pretty well with the style of hip-hop that is doing better on the charts these days, as Wale sits next to J. Cole, Macklemore, and other rap artists whove moved the genres mainstream in a direction away from the streets. There are a couple of factors that have caused this shift. The first is that, with a plethora of free music on DatPiff, and fewer and fewer people buying albums, those who do tend to be able to afford such fetish objects are of a different socioeconomic demographic. The popular taste, at least as represented by sales, ends up skewing along class lines. Another, more troubling development, concerns the decreasing significance of black radio as a tastemaker; as Billboard began to incorporate digital downloads and streaming, they lost their ability to qualify listenerships geographically, and along other demographic lines, as they had been able to do in the past. Add to this an imbalance in which streams are counted towards the charts (for example, WorldStarHipHop still has no impact on Billboard charts), and you end up with some bizarre results, like Macklemore or Psy topping the hip-hop charts without any hip-hop radio airplay. But the hip-hop charts arent all college-friendly hip-hop and crossover artists like Macklemore. Clubs are still a driving force in hip-hops sound (as is, increasingly, Vine, a viral appendage of the club, helping singles like The FiNATTiCZ Dont Drop That Thun Thun make Billboard a year after their release). In the last half of 2013, the most popular hip-hop has made a gradual shift from the Atlanta sounds of Mike Will Made It and DJ Spinz towards Californias self-described ratchet sound: the syncopated thump of producers like DJ Mustard. You can hear it from Cali newcomers like Sage the Gemini, whose Red Nose and Gas Pedal singles have had significant chart traction. You can hear it in singles from Atlanta artists like Rich Homie Quan and Young Jeezy (My Nigga, "R.I.P."). And you hear it on crossover R&B cuts like B. Smyths Leggo. MMG's primary sonic blueprint, however, remains a mix of aggro bangers in a "B.M.F." style, channelling an aggressive, visceral energy, and the smooth, epic luxurience of tracks like "Aston Martin Music," "Keys to the Crib," oron Self Made Vol. 3"Black Grammys." It's a sound that has seemed like a pretty renewable resource for the past few years, but as Drake has fine-tuned the latter sound to great chart success, and Cali usurped the club sound on the pop charts, MMG's bangers have started to feel a bit off-center. At its peak, MMG was successful because they managed to mainstream a street sound, to take an underground aesthetic and propel into the popular conscience with a chart-ready pop framework. Perhaps they've slipped because the sound they built this empire on has slipped from the forefront of the genre's innovation. This goes hand in hand with PR setbacks for the label, like Ross's troubles with Reebok and the underperformance of Meek Mill's official debut. On the one hand, popular rap has moved further from the streets and clubs; on the street side, it's an increasingly younger artist's game. MMG is stuck in the middle, flanked on one side by YouTube street rappers, and on the other by stars with more bankable, mainstream-friendly sounds. MMG has attempted to meet that challenge with new signees, all of whom are given ample shine on the new compilation. The risk is that increasing the label's roster at a time when its top tier performers are underperforming only serves to dilute the group's impact. On the other hand, if one or two of the performers were to have a breakout performance, it could add needed energy to a flagging franchise. Sadly, the most animated, moving performance comes from Lil Snupe, who was killed tragically earlier this year, cutting short a promising career. Stalley and Rockie Fresh are competent, but not personalities on the level of the MMG A-list. And Gunplay remains a critics' favorite, underrated by the wider world, but he's on the other side of 30, and still seemingly in search of that one song that could take him to the next level. Not that there isn't hope for MMG. The label's slippage has been more about perception and context than it has an inconsistency in product. The world rotated once and artists at a creative zenith are pulled back to earth. But for every challenge that has beset the label since Rich Forever made Ross seem like a truly untouchable performerfrom his seizures to Meek's album, from singles not connecting to Lil Snupe's killing, from the date-rape lyric controversy to hip-hop's shift away from the MMG sonic blueprintMMG has remained consistent. Self Made 3 isn't as good as Self Made, but, to this writer's ears, it's stronger than Self Made 2. And there are few real challengers to Ross's particular space. Gucci's got an iron grip on the streets, but has marginalized himself from the mainstream pop sphere. Drake's tracks are mainstream-friendly but don't offer the macho bangers Ross's audience feeds on. Young Jeezy is the only one to pose much of a challenge recentlyas he's jumped on board with DJ Mustard and Rich Homie Quan, managing to keep up with a shifting sonic landscape. But it remains to be seen if artists like Doughboyz Cashout and YG can overcome the problems Jeezy has always had in marketing artists on his CTE label. It is a bit disconcerting for MMG, no doubt, that they've been unable to impact the charts this year. But perception of the labels demise is easy to overstate. Its not as if Ross's voice has disappeared from the airwaves. MMGs dominance is, to some degree, taken for granted. They were never innovators, and dont have to rely upon that kind of short-term inspiration for success. Instead, they are all about consistency. Ross built upon the sounds of others, put them on a wider stage. His pen is as strong as ever. Panera Bread, from earlier this year, included some of his best writing yet. Yes, MMG may have peaked, but theyre also one label that it would be unwise to count out completely.

  • Anonymous

    how the fuck are you a "Mastermind" but cant meet a release date you set months ago?

    • Anonymous

      " turned Luc Belaire Rose into the fastest growing champagne on the market." this couldnt be further from the truth... and even if it was the fastest growing it definitely didnt have anything to do with ross pushing that shit on broke niggas in the hood who cant afford it

    • ^^^^^^^^^

      HAHAHA!! Good jokes.

    • Black Thought

      I honestly couldnt tell you what these celebrities have in the bank it could be 10 million or 25 million or anything over, under, or in between. Forbes has estimated that Ross has made between 5 and 8 million annually for the last 5 years which would put him at a minimum of 25 million to 40 million before taxes and living expenses of course. When gauging a hustlers worth for your own motivation its best to just use the eye-test and see how they live and the moves they make, I know Ross isnt on Diddys level but over the past 3 years he has bought a total of 7 Wingstop franchises and turned Luc Belaire Rose into the fastest growing champagne on the market. Follow the business models of Diddy, JayZ, Birdman & Dre and modify them to your own specifications and you can have a blueprint for success.

    • Anonymous

      he doesnt have 10 million in the bank. LMAO

    • Anonymous

      BruthaDee, WE DON'T BELIEVE YOU. YOU NEED MORE PEOPLE.

    • Anonymous

      Once you get to ten million in the bank without a college degree and white skin you are definitely a Mastermind of something.

  • wigger n nigger hunters

    666 mother fuckers

  • honest

    2Pac's crack, 2Pac's crack Theres all these C.O. niccas searching 2Pac's crack Rubber gloves on me, you can picture that colon With my brand new cuffs, know them wrists gon be swollen Guarding on Death Row, Hookers having my baby But I'm eating my chicken I need a new bowl of gravy They searching 2pac's crack, 2pac's crack There's all these C.O. rappers spreading 2pac's crack

  • Anonymous

    what i learned from G unit 1.make music that gets real street dudes indicted 2.when the cops ask you whats going say listen to my music 3.tape record ya artist phone convos like a cop THANKZ G - UNIT HAHAHA

    • Anonymous

      ".but the fact that whites would find it humorous if a label were to rape an artists for their publishing shows you the sick and disgusting nature of these pathetic people" it would be kind of ironic for the nigga who raps about drugging and date raping women to get his dick wet getting raped financially by his first label

    • Anonymous

      Many whites online cheer for Ted Lucas and Slip N Slide records because they are known for their terrible contracts and shady business dealings when it comes to their artists which is why they are almost defunct. Many up and coming artists are unaware of the fine print in recording and publishing contracts and don't consult with attorneys before they sign their contracts so they end up in horrible situations and bankrupt at the end of their run. Slip N Slide are unable to attract any new talent in Florida due to their bad business and they don't own 75% of any artists publishing...but the fact that whites would find it humorous if a label were to rape an artists for their publishing shows you the sick and disgusting nature of these pathetic people.

    • Anonymous

      BruthaDee putting in work as a MMG cheerleader. His lies are always entertaining.

    • Anonymous

      that nigga meek mill dropped a book and he dont even know how to read. that shit impressed me!

    • Anonymous

      " make sure you have your own publishing, " tell that to Ted Lucas LMAO dont he own 75% of Ross

    • Anonymous

      What I learned from MMG: 1. Branding = make sure you have your own publishing, your own label, your own merchandising and multiple endorsements and revenue streams. Rappers fall off yearly and what's hot today will not be hot tomorrow so you have to ensure that you get the maximum out of your time in the shine. I'm most impressed with MMG's mentorship of Meek Mill, this kid is a street rapper that has dropped a book, started his own label and scored multiple endorsements at the tender age of 25 and managed to get his mother out of the hood and put his team in position to do the same.... Too many young artists come into the game and squander their riches or complain about getting robbed with janky contracts so I'm always pleased to hear about the success stories.

    • Anonymous

      how come the only people bringing up 50 or g-unit are the butthurt Ross cheerleaders?

    • Anonymous

      WHAT I LEARNED FROM MMG 1. PUT THAT MOLLY IN HER DRANK AND SHE WONT EVEN KNOW IT 2. TAKE HER HOME AND ENJOY THAT PUSS AND SHE WONT EVEN KNOW IT

    • Anonymous

      what i learned from MMG 1. lie about your past even when confronted with photographic evidence 2. steal a real niggas name but give him nothing and deny knowing who he is 3. get robbed and do nothing about it 4. dont beef with anyone but little white girls and old DJ's who hurt your feelings by saying some real shit (yes you were a C.O. and yes you are very fat) 5. when commiting a felony do not wear a mask to hide your trademark doo doo dreads... just snitch and walk away from a life sentence even though you on camera assaulting someone with a weapon!

    • Anonymous

      no one ever got indicted from anything 50 ever said and no one was ever charged for shooting him so how did him saying listen to my music help the cops???

  • Anonymous

    hip hop lives http://www.hulkshare.com/aciddasavage/14-north-american-music

  • ROZAY

    Most definitely, look for that first Double MG film, said the rapper. You know what Im saying? Coming from the team. Most definitely, look for that. And understand thats gon be real big. But other than that, man, Im excited for this new music coming from Fat Trel, Tracy T, of course Meek Mill, Wale. Wale working on his new album, man. And Stalley. We just got us a dream team over here. And Im just really excited to see all the young bosses coming upIm still putting final touches on the album, man. And to me, man, making that classic is more important than anythingIm trying to get it to you and if I dont Imma get it to you ASAP. -translation: Box chevy & no games flopped and/or failed to garner attention, so in the meantime I'll be releasing rehashed material on a "new" mixtape

  • 666 v

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  • Anonymous

    whenever he says Most definitely he is lying go and watch his interview on youtube where his already been caught lying and he says Most definitely all the time. my dads a body language expert and i showed him some videos he we were laughing so bad at him

  • fuccya

    C O P - R A P. Give a damn about fat lying fucks music, i just wish him fail so he can go back to his correctional officer carrer. Make your mom proud and rid us of your rape lyrics, fake thug.

  • Ricky Rozay

    Ain't no point in rushing out what's gonna be another banging album from Rozay!!!!!!! My nigga Ross four classic albums and counting. Mastermind gon shit on y'all niggas favorite rappers album. Bawse!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Fuck you fat ass

    rick ross fatser mind more like it fat ass thinking of kfc all day. If i see this fat ass in person im gonna punch him in the belly fat motherfucker

  • Anonymous

    So your Godafther has the power to push back another artist but can't get his own release date after 5 friggin years?

  • Kid Kid

    The almighty G Unit has prevaled and Maybak Music takes another L, Godfather 50 had a hand in this.

  • Gomer Pyle

    Welp ladies and gents, looks like feelings have been caught and the 50 Cents kid is on his rambling rampage again. Thanks a bunch you stupid Trolls.

  • Tookie Williams

    Hell to the yeah, that jawn was flamez, Ricky been winnin so long with his label moves and corporate bizz that he can afford to give it a breather, 5 albums in he got 5 studio albums since 2006 which is more than anybody on a major not named LiL Wayne so he deserves a break.

  • Anonymous

    I hope the Bawse drops another Rich Forever before he drops Mastermind

  • Anonymous

    After Pusha T flopped Rozay was like fuck it I will wait untill our type of music is hot again, makes no since releasing an album when the public is bumping Miley Cyrus

  • Dusty Rhodes

    It has been a sucky year for rap music too many fags and gayboys like Drake and Macknemore.

  • G Unit Mafia

    This is the news us G Unit riders have been waiting for, your fat black cop can see how it feels when fans have to wait 5 years for Street King Immortal! Death to Mixtape Music Group!

  • jg

    Teflon Don was a great album, soo close to being a timeless classic, was looking forward to GFID, but it was trash, a giant step back. Now couldn't care less what this guy drops.

  • j

    just came to say yall need better photographers. 1st u shoot ross pouring coffee, then u got him with a freeway in focus behind him?

  • Tim

    50 needs to squash the beef with Rozay, why are they still fighting?

  • Anonymous

    P-p-p-p-p-p-Pushback music!

  • Puff Daddy the Legend

    THE NEW BIGGIE

  • Anonymous

    Every album gets delayed these days. While I think he should release it in December, it comes down to momentum, and right now Ross doesn't have any. Better to roll out a proper single and see if that generates buzz.

    • Anonymous

      its only a matter of time. he can flop now or later whats the difference a single with jay-z aint gonna boost his sales that much. he needs a bieber and drake song

    • Guy Whimper

      Intelligent analysis you sound like an adult. Ross would be a damn fool to drop an album after seeing what happened to 2-Chainz, French, Yo Gotti and them other dudes in his genre.

  • fuck rick ross

    shit's gonna flop. his music is garbage. i'd be surprised if he can fit through a door.

    • fuccya

      Hell, that topgear motherfucker cant fit right in those cars, and he just big, not fat. Officer probably cant even move his hands inside. Imagine him standing up off seat after hour driving. Anonymous, same with european luxury tight-ass clothing they rap about? Coz i only heard of tailored shirts, not about tailored everything for xxxl fatso on label money. Oops, i mean ex-cop crack money.

    • ^

      BruthaDee in disguise here.

    • Anonymous

      I used to be a nerd that thought fat rappers rapped about cars they couldn't fit into untill I realized via television and knowledgable people that millionaire like Shaq, and Ross can customize any car to their own specificications.

    • ^^

      Biggie was fatter than Ross but i dont see you dissing him

    • Anonymous

      he cant even fit in most of the super cars he raps about

  • Anonymous

    BruthaDee get your cape its gonna be a long night

  • Anonymous

    Cartier, Hublot, I could name a dozen Your shit pushed back cuz it ain't buzzin' Now these thugs actors all of a sudden Niggas hustle backwards all of a sudden

  • Bawse

    "As of now its unclear when the album will be released and if it will see a release before the close of the year." I would say its pretty fucking clear the album is not coming out before the close of the year with no single. What happened to that Jay-Z record he promised in October? He said it would be out at the top of November?

  • SistaDee

    This is the second album in a row from Rick Ross that has suffered a changed release date, ironically after he proclaimed his albums do not get pushed back in 2011. During an interview on Funkmaster Flexs show on October 4th 2011, Ross addressed Jeezys album delays by firmly claiming his God Forgives, I Dont album would not be pushed back from its original December 13th, 2011 date. A month and a half after that interview, God Forgives, I Dont was pushed back by over seven months to July 30th, 2012.

    • Anonymous

      dentalbitch, give up. No one believes your lies. Ross really did say that shit.

    • Anonymous

      And I found out later from Ross himself that it was an imposter. Rick Ross will only release albums when they are ready.

    • Anonymous

      http://www.inflexwetrust.com/2011/10/04/ifwt-exclusive-rick-ross-talks-jeezy-beef-kreayshawn-run-in-god-forgives-i-dont-and-more-with-funk-flex/

    • Anonymous

      Again, these quotes were entirely made up by butthurt 50 fans that were hurt that their druggie hero pushed back his album for over 3 years.

    • Anonymous

      that isnt a made up quote its from an interview with funk flex. no one is talking about 50 and im not his fan but Ross actually made multiple comments about his shit never getting pushed back before both his albums got pushed back.... sucka shit

    • Anonymous

      ""December 13th, we gonna cash another big check. Thats how we do it. We aint pushing that back. Thats in cement. We dont push nothing back around here. We dont push nothing back but the top on that Rolls." And that's a quote entirely made up by butthurt 50 fans. If Rick Ross feels its not a classic yet, of course he will push it back. Besides, 50 can't get an album released for over 3 years now.

    • Anonymous

      "December 13th, we gonna cash another big check. Thats how we do it. We aint pushing that back. Thats in cement. We dont push nothing back around here. We dont push nothing back but the top on that Rolls." WE DONT PUSH NOTHING BACK AROUND HERE!!!! WHUT? LOL MEEKS MIXTAPE GOT PUSHED BACK BY LIKE 8 MONTHS, AND YA LAST 2 ALBUMS GOT PUSHED BACK

  • summer pasta

    he can talk that making a classic shit all he wants but the truth is his singles both flopped just like 50 cents... actually even worse

  • Anonymous

    "you know that boy Fat Trel been eating the streets up " from the looks of it that aint all he been eating.... not to mention he likes to eat dirty strippers buttholes and twitpic that shit

    • Dookie McGuilicuty

      I didnt know dudes like you had Twitter accounts, so you have an actual Twitter or do you just lurk like a manic depressive.

  • Anonymous

    Rick Ross haters need to realize that their hero 50 can't get an album out after 3 years. Rick Ross is all about making classics. He doesn't need to go platinum to prove it.

    • Anonymous

      this fool is comparing rick ross to garth brooks how many times did garth go platinum? looks like 50+ times to me he got multiple diamond selling albums

    • Anonymous

      "You can't even deny that your druggie steriod hero, 50 can't get an album out. Also, he has plenty of classics like hustling, I'm on one, Fuckwitmeyouknowigotit, the maybach series, pineapples with drake, and many more. Hustling is a solo rick ross song and it went platinum. RIck Ross helped Im on one become a top 10 hit. And Jay Z crawled to Rick Ross desperate for a hit. Remember Garth Brooks? Only one of his songs made it to the top 10 yet he is remembered as a classic in the country genre (he sucks btw) Rick Ross may not have any top 10 hits but his songs are played on the radio and they go at least gold almost every time." All of this is a lie.

    • Anonymous

      Fiddy has only been pushed back since 2010, Officer Ricky is pushed back forever!

    • Anonymous

      Hustling is a solo rick ross song and it went platinum. RIck Ross helped Im on one become a top 10 hit. And Jay Z crawled to Rick Ross desperate for a hit. Remember Garth Brooks? Only one of his songs made it to the top 10 yet he is remembered as a classic in the country genre (he sucks btw) Rick Ross may not have any top 10 hits but his songs are played on the radio and they go at least gold almost every time.

    • Anonymous

      half those songs arent his, he dont get credit for drake or jay making a hot song.

    • Anonymous

      You can't even deny that your druggie steriod hero, 50 can't get an album out. Also, he has plenty of classics like hustling, I'm on one, Fuckwitmeyouknowigotit, the maybach series, pineapples with drake, and many more.

    • Anonymous

      Rick Ross stan logic: anyone that doesn't like Ross is a 50 Cent fan. You gotta love how stupid these kids are. Also, classics? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!! This obese nigga has zero classics in his catalog.

    • Anonymous

      GFID wasnt no classic he pushed that shit back 7 months with the same old excuse

  • Anonymous

    2014 will be the year Omarion goes diamond.

  • ab

    he can only rhyme over the same sounding beat saying the same sounding thing for so long..

    • Anonymous

      Exactly! And I know this because I take my time and listen to all of Rick Ross songs, just like you I am his biggest fan......well at least based on my admitted actions.

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  • 7654321

    Glad to see MMG and Young Money finally falling.!

  • Anonymous

    he knew shit would flop. lol!

  • Zeal

    Didn't see this coming!

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