Rick Ross continued his promotional efforts for the critically acclaimed God Forgives, I Don’t in a recent pow wow with Al Lindstrom. Ross kept it cool and candid, as usual. When asked about his vision for his album, Rozay said that “all the records do different things. They all serve different purposes, and they all special in their own way.” From there, the MMG frontrunner then discussed how he and Andre 3000 created the concept for one of the album’s stand out tracks, “Sixteen.”
Rick Ross also spoke on the importance of Spiff TV and Dre Films, and why producing original content is so pertinent to his success. “Fans love content, and when you can genuinely show them something they really can’t… they can’t even buy because it’s not for sale… They appreciate that,” said Ross. With Ross’s viral videos and his overall attention to detail, the fact that God Forgives, I Don’t had exemplary first week sales isn’t the least bit surprising.
Check out the interview after the jump.
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