Today Rick Ross’s fourth studio album was released and at just 11 tracks, it’s notably his shortest… yet strongest album.
After the public found out that Rick used to be a correctional officer, it not only questioned his credibility, but also embarrassed the career of the Miami rapper. It seems that the fuel from him competitors has lit Ross’s flame to possibly deliver the best album of his career.
Many Hip Hop fans are seeing it as the summer of leaking great albums. Just a couple of weeks ago Ross’s “Teflon Don” was distributed in the same way as Drake’s debut “Thank Me Later” and the results have been nothing less than outstanding. Immediately upon the leak, fans rushed to various social media networks to speak on the albums amazing production albums.
Being seen as a soon to be classic to some, the album is beautifully constructed with production from Kanye West, the Inkredibles, J.U.S.T.I.C.E League and No I.D.
Notable tracks: Cee-Lo assisted track “Tears of Joy,” “Maybach Music III,” “Live Fast, Die Young,” “Free Mason” and “All the Money In the World”
Be sure to purchase one of this summer’s blockbusters.