From making speakers sound luxurious on the Grammy Award-nominated “Gold Roses” to pissing off Vanessa Bryant on the infamous “Stay Scheming,” Drake and Rick Ross surely know how to make an impact with their music. Their last song together, “Lemon Pepper Freestyle” was even part of a historic moment in which Drake broke a few Billboard records.

While discussing the details of his Florida-based telehealth startup Jetdoc, Rozay revealed the latest collaboration actually spurred an album conversation between his longtime OVO partner.

“After our latest release, his incredible project that he released … ‘Lemon Pepper Freestyle,’ we had that [album] conversation and it’s most definitely under serious consideration, real talk,” Rick Ross told MSL Media’s Miasia Symone.


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Debuting at No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100, “Lemon Pepper Freestyle” completed the trinity of the other two Drake tracks “What’s Next” (No. 1) and the Lil Baby-featured “Wants and Needs” (No. 2) to make the Canadian rap legend the first artist to premiere three songs on the Hot 100 Chart’s Top 3 at the same time.

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Outside of the music, Rick Ross’ Jetdoc is shaping up to be a medical ally for those who need it. The virtual healthcare app recently launched in Georgia, giving patients a wide array of affordable options and access to doctors and professionals.

As that Drake album shapes up, relive the zestiness of the “Lemon Pepper Freestyle” below.