Neglecting to make his Mastermind track, “Supreme,” a single was one of Rick Ross’ stranger decisions during his latest album rollout. Today, the rapper redeems himself by delivering an official remix, featuring Big K.R.I.T., Ma$e, and Fabolous.
Rick Ross stopped by Chelsea Lately Thursday night (March 27) for a lighthearted sit-down, where the Mastermind rapper talked about his new personal blunt-roller assistant, among other things.
Rick Ross, who took his services to Europe for the Mastermind promo tour, recently graced France’s Le Grand Journal stage. A rolodex of hit records ensured that he had ample ammo to rock the live studio audience.
Rick Ross’s sixth studio album in Mastermind has proven to be the creative genius the ubiquitous MC has been claiming for months on end. He bogarted the #1 spot on the Billboard Charts previously held by ScHoolBoy Q and shows no sign of letting off the throttle.
The day Mastermind released, Rick Ross parlayed with veteran journalist Elliott Wilson for his CRWN interview series. A longtime rapport with Ross allowed Wilson to ask questions that fans on the Internets have inquired about for some time.
Rick Ross has achieved rap stardom over the course of his career, but there were parts of the rapper’s past that seemed questionable. In an interview, Rozay braved questions about his correctional officer past and explained why he took the job.
Since Rick Ross released his Mastermind LP, the word “Sanctified” has inspired chants of “All I want’s a hundred million dollars and a bad b**ch.” Given the potency of Big Sean’s most memorable feature since Drake’s “All Me,” many wondered why his G.O.O.D. Music OG, Kanye West, was given a verse and the Finally Famous affiliate […]