Rick Ross released a new track off his second album of 2014, Hood Billionaire. The single features a hook from Jay Z and production by Timbaland. “Movin Bass” talks about the constant hustle of moving weight, a phrase Ross knows in a new way since he’s started CrossFit, (which he calls “RossFit”) back in May. The rapper has lost over 100 lbs, “The most I used to do for exercise was stand up and count money,” he said, before starting RossFit.
Is his money in bars of gold? Maybe he should try a debit card.
Chris Brown teams up with Rick Ross and Usher for “New Flame.” This single marks the first collaboration between Usher and Chris Brown, who is returning the favor by appearing on Usher’s upcoming album. “New Flame” is off of Brown’s long-awaited album, X, which has been “due out soon” for two-and-a-half years.
…is it being produced by the DMV? That would explain his impatient fits of rage.
DJ Khaled has assembled an all star line-up for another rap-banger. “They Don’t Love You No More” gathers together hip-hop heavyweights French Montana, Jay Z, Meek Mill and Rick Ross who discuss how it makes them feel when someone unfollows them on Instagram. #pussyniggasDONTwannaseemeinabox
Diddy has officially gone back to Puff Daddy with the release of his track, “Big Homie” featuring fellow big homies, Rick Ross and French Montana.
Over a banging beat, Diddy boasts, “You could go to any hood, bet they know me / Rose gold pinky ring – match the Rollie / Boy, yous a little ni**a – Gary Coleman,” and it’s lyrics like this that remind us that Diddy is a lot like Scientology — pretty absurd and kind of a joke, yet you’re still slightly afraid he could ruin your life if he wanted.
“Big Homie” is the first single from his upcoming MMM album, which stands for Money Making Mitch, which is from the 2002 film Paid in Full, in which Mekhi Phifer plays Mitch, which is based on the infamous Harlem drug lord Rich Porter. …which is pretty straightforward.
“Sanctified,” featuring Kanye West and Big Sean, is one of the biggest tracks off of Rick Ross’s latest album, Mastermind, out now.
After doing some research regarding the title of this song, I quickly realized that I don’t know anything about sainthood or religious rites in general.
…and with lyrics like, “felatio’s amazin’, make grilled cheese for you the best,” it looks like Rick Ross doesn’t either.
Rick Ross recently released “War Ready,” the second single from his upcoming album, Mastermind, due out March 4th. The song features his former rival Jeezy rapping over a trap beat produced by Mike Will Made It.
“War Ready” is an awfully tough-sounding song from someone who names his cars “Katy Perry” and “Oprah.”
2013 isn’t over yet. Rick Ross teamed up with Jay Z to unleash “The Devil is a Lie,” the second single from Ross’s upcoming Mastermind album.
I’m so glad Rick Ross cleared up the whole “devil issue” – I wouldn’t trust anyone else with my spiritual guidance.
This song was initially released in July along with the rest of Magna Carta Holy Grail, but due to fact that it has gotten a lot of radio airplay lately, and it’s amazing — it bears repeating.
“FuckWithMeYouKnowIGotIt” is Jay Z and Rick Ross’s take on the classic 1947 musical Brigadoon, where two Americans find themselves lost while on a hunting trip in Scotland.
wait. that’s not right…
DJ Khaled n Friendz recently released their single, “I Feel Like Pac / I Feel Like Biggie,” from Khaled’s upcoming album, Suffering from Success. This is a banger so big,
Diddy nope, Puff Daddy, could not avoid it.
[Sidenote: Diddy going by “Puff Daddy” for this track is like a guy emphasizing his last name at a job interview because his father knows the CEO. We know you were BFFLs with Biggie, Diddy. We get it. We didn’t forget.]
What if I made a remix of this song for bloggers? The chorus would go, “I Feel Like Perez Hilton / I Feel Like Arianna Huffington” oh, fuck it, that sounds awful. Nevermind.
Swizzy recently released the club banger, “Hands Up,” from his 2014 album, Haute Living. (I imagine this song is the result of an especially rowdy dinner party at the Keys-Beatz house).
I must give credit where credit is due, and Nicki’s line, “You my son, no daddy, you a bastard – plus you got mad miles on your vag-card,” is awesome — specifically, the expression “vag-card.” How soon can we work this phrase into everyday conversation? Soon?
If you’ll excuse me, I’m off to start conversations about slutty men.