by Nick Hamilton (@NickHamiltonLA) (@NitefallMedia)
ATLANTA, GA — Music artist and entrepreneur Rick Ross has not allowed COVID19 issues to slow him down in 2020.
As the world continues to navigate their way through this year, ‘the Bawse’ has been plenty busy.
Coming off his Verzuz battle against fellow Southern hip hop artist 2Chainz on Thursday night, Ross made an official announcement on HOT 97’s “Ebro In The Morning” about a new album on Friday.
As Ross inhaled smoke fresh from his blunt, he announced the title of his new album “Richer Than I’ve Ever Been”.
Ross also discussed his issue with actor Terry Crews, thoughts on Kanye West and how his multiple income streams have allowed him to title the new album.
“Let’s keep it real, it’s the most paper Rozay ever had,” the MMG (Maybac Music Group) CEO told Ebro, Laura Stylez and Rosenberg. “Right now I want to see young brothers hold their heads up, I want to see young hustlers hold your head high. Let’s shine, let’s turn back up (because) complaining ain’t going to get us s**t! We stick with the movement and we grind.”
Stay tuned for more info on the new Rick Ross album including release date and tracklisting.