Rick Ross is a boss on a mission. Over the past month, the Mississippi to Miami rapper has willingly saturated the internet with new music releases including his latest mixtape, ‘Black Dollar’. Thankfully, Rozay is the gift that keeps on giving, announcing his new album, ‘Black Market’, slated to drop in December.
The surfeit of music is perhaps a ploy to rid his name of his altercation with the law in regards to ‘kidnapping’ and ‘assault’ earlier this year. ‘Black Market’ will be Rozay’s third album in less than two years, following his two releases in 2014, ‘Hood Billionaire’ and ‘Mastermind’- the work ethic is something to behold.
Ross recently premiered his new single, ‘Sorry‘, featuring Chris Brown: an honest and elegant track that sees Brown touching on his past relationship with Karrueche Tran, seemingly apologising for his many mistakes: “I’m sorry, oh I’m sorry don’t make it right.”
In the past couple of days, the 39 year old has remixed 2 of the hottest tracks of 2015 so far, Adele’s ‘Hello’ and Drake and Future’s ‘Jumpman’ and another remix of ’30 For 30′ has just dropped.
Ross showcases the opposite spectrums of his personality, from the vulnerable thug to the braggadocios gangster.