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UPDATE: Now with tracklist. See what tracks will appear on Hood Billionaire after the jump.

Rick Ross will soon have two albums to show for his 2014 run. With Hood Billionaire set to hit retailers on November 24, the Bawse unveils the official artwork and in typical MMG fashion, a supporting visual to boot.

The cover is pretty straightforward, as are the bulk of Ross’ LP packaging. The rapper’s full beard and the “Forever” tattoo below his bottom lip are doused in red coloring; only his gold and diamond jewelry appear in true form.

The MMG founder’s choice in self-representation makes sense, as he told Power 105.1’s Angie Martinez that his gaudy “Geechi Liberace” alter-ego will be on full display on this project.

The aforementioned DRE Films-directed clip is backed by a snippet of a hard-hitting intro track. For those who are counting, this is the third cut Ross unveiled, following “Keep Doin’ That (Rich Chick),” featuring R. Kelly, and the Project Pat-assisted “Elvis Presley BLVD.”

The standard version of the Hood Billionaire art, tracklist, and the trailer can be found below. The deluxe cover is on the next page.


1. “Intro”

2. “Hood Billionaire”

3. “Coke Like the 80’s”

4. “Heavyweight” (Feat. Slab)

5. “Neighborhood Drug Dealer”

6. “Phone Tap”

7. “Trap Luv” (Feat. Yo Gotti)

8. “Elvis Presley Blvd.” (Feat. Project Pat)

9. “Movin’ Bass” (Feat. JAY Z)

10. “If They Knew” (Feat. K. Michelle)

11. “Quintessential” (Feat. Snoop Dogg)

12. “Keep Doin’ That (Rich Bitch)” (Feat. R. Kelly)

13. “Nickel Rock” (Feat. Boosie Badazz)

14. “Burn”

15. “Family Ties”

16. “Brimstone” (Feat. Big K.R.I.T.)

Photo: YouTube

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