As Rick Ross gears up for his next album, God Forgives, I Don’t, the Miami emcee offered up some details about some of the records on his new project, as well as the next installment in the Self Made series.

During a conference call, the Bawse spoke on recording with Just Blaze, who produced the rapper’s latest song, “I Love My Bitches.” “I just want to tap back into that ’90s vintage Hip Hop sound… put a spin to it, and bring that back,” said Ross of the producer, notable for his collaborations with Jay-Z, and dozens of other artists.

Ross revealed that he recorded numerous songs with Just for his upcoming release, God Forgives, I Don’t. “We cut a couple records,” he said. “That particular record, I did those three verses in one take. Real Hip Hop enthusiasts listening to that verse closely all the way through, they can just hear how natural that shit sounded. …It was just so vintage.”

Rick Ross added that he is planning on a sequel to Self Made, Vol. 1, the Maybach Music Group compilation, which he proclaimed is coming “sooner than you think.”

[October 6]

UPDATE: The cover art for Self Made Vol. 2, releasing June 26th, has been revealed.


[May 17]

UPDATE #2: The tracklist for Self Made Vol. 2 has been revealed.

01. Gunplay, Stalley, Wale & Meek Mill – Power Circle f. Rick Ross & Kendrick Lamar
02. Meek Mill – Black Magic f. Rick Ross
03. Wale & Omarion – This Thing Of Ours f. Rick Ross & Nas
04. Rick Ross – All Birds f. French Montana
05. Wale & Meek Mill – Actin Up f. French Montana
06. Stalley – Fountain Of Youth f. Rick Ross & Nipsey Hu$$le
07. Wale – I Be Puttin’ On f. Wiz Khalifa, French Montana & Roscoe Dash
08. Wale & Stalley – The Zenith f. Rick Ross
09. Omarion & Wale – M.I.A.
10. Wale & Meek Mill – Bag Of Money f. Rick Ross & T-Pain
11. Omarion – Let’s Talk f. Rick Ross
12. Gunplay – Black On Black f. Ace Hood & Bun B
13. Stalley & Wale – FluorescentInk f. Rick Ross
14. Rick Ross – Bury Me A G f. T.I.

[May 18]

UPDATE #3: Stream the full Maybach Music Group album Self Made Vol. 2 below.

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