With his album being titled Hood Billionaire, everyone knew Rick Ross was going to hold in down with tons of trap hits. But ladies don’t you worry. Rozay made sure not to forget you with his latest single, “If They Knew”.
Ross has always made sure to cater to his female audience since arriving in the Port of Miami. He does so again by bringing in one of the hottest ladies on the scene in K. Michelle to join him on “If They Knew” which should satisfy the full spectrum of Rozay listeners.
Watch the official video for “If They Knew” below.
He has already released a handful of tracks from his upcoming album Hood Billionaire. But today Rick Ross has given his fans what they have truly been waiting for since he announced the project. Here comes “Movin’ Bass”.
With an unconventional beat provided by Timbaland for Rozay to work with, “Movin’ Bass” is a nice departure from the norm for Ross. But he doesn’t go too far as he brings in longtime collaborator Jay-Z for a verse and spits about how he is still that guy “Movin’ Bass” despite his celebrity status.
Besides the head-scratching absurdity which was DJ Khaled‘s dialogue in the original “Hold You Down” music video, the rest of the R&B star-studded track was spot on. But as with any track which takes off for Khaled, a remix is always waiting.
After having four of the hottest crooners in the game grace the original, the “Hold You Down (Remix)” is all about the MC’s. And while Rick Ross, Ace Hood and Fabolous provide verses for the track, it is Usher’s brand new chorus which shines through on the “Hold You Down (Remix)”.
From his mixtapes to Kiss Land, The Weeknd has generally stayed away from bringing collaborators on his music. But as his own guest visits have increased it is only expected that some big names start making appearances on his own tracks like the brand new “Often (Remix)”.
Between his first two albums, the only two verses provided by someone other than The Weeknd were Drake and Juicy J. So to say “Often (Remix)” is different than any other track by the Toronto-native is an understatement. Both ScHoolboy Q and Rick Ross team up with The Weeknd to make this late night special even hotter and possibly set a trend for more Weeknd tracks.
From his debut album to now, Rick Ross has always been the first one to rep the Miami lifestyle. However, today he is taking his talents to Memphis to take a ride down “Elvis Presley BLVD”.
The first single off his upcoming album Hood Billionaire, “Elvis Presley BLVD” brings back the hard-hitting, trap flow which Rick Ross strayed away from on Mastermind. With one of Memphis’ best by his side in Project Pat, Rozay certainly makes his presence known on his slow ride down “Elvis Presley BLVD”.
Watch the official video for “Elvis Presley BLVD” below.
Now in between projects, Rick Ross has been reaching deep into Mastermind for some remix material. Like he did with “Supreme”, Rozay revisits “Black & White” for the revamped remix.
WIth brand new features from Killer Mike, Gunplay and Stalley, the “Black & White (Remix)” has certainly been bolstered. Ross even switched up his own contribution to the track with content dedicated to Ferguson and the late Mike Brown.
J. Cole spoke. Then it was G-Unit. Now it’s The Game who is making his feelings known about the death of Michael Brown. But he is not alone as Game has brought in a lengthy list of MC’s to raise their hands and say “Don’t Shoot”.
With the impact of the events of Ferguson capturing the nation, it is no wonder the list of rapper on “Don’t Shoot” is prolific. Joining The Game on a track which mixes “Be Free’s” heartfelt emotion and “Ahhh S**t’s” aggressiveness is Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, Diddy, Fabolous, Wale, DJ Khaled, Swizz Beatz, Yo Gotti, Curren$y, Problem, King Pharaoh and TGT who all have their own points-of-view on these trying times.