According to Rick Ross, October 27 is a tough day for all those who have wished him ill. “I have to thank all the haters who prayed this day never come — I rebuke you.”
The Miami Bawse has released his second album this year, this time with his group Triple C’s. Much like Eminem, Nelly and Notorious B.I.G. before him, Ross is an official member of the group, although the LP, Custom Cars & Cycles, serves to introduce his artists Gunplay, Torch and Breed. With Ross as executive producer and DJ Khaled working A&R on the project, you know the beats are going to be buoyant and the content catering to the streets.
On “Erryday,” Ross reaches out to his labelmate and fellow street staple Young Jeezy for a cameo. “Get my money on the back end/ All I do is front,” The Snowman raps. “Erryday it’s plenty bottles, errynight another club …”
“Foreign cars, that’s erryday/ Audemars, that’s erryday,” Rick Ross chimes in. “Erryday a n—a wanna kill me, beefin’ erryday/ So we creep, that’s erryday/ 40 deep, that’s erryday.”
“I watched Jeezy establish a brand,” Ross explained to Mixtape Daily earlier this month. “When you speak of successful executives coming out of the South that’s still in the streets making moves, that’s one of the dudes I look at. It was a huge record. I reached out to my family, he made it pop. Not only that, he let [Jeezy’s Corporate Thugz Entertainment artist] JW shine on the record. That’s from the crib, the bottom. It was just love. The streets feeling it, and that’s what it’s about.”
The video for “Erryday” is out now, as is the clip for “Trickn Off” with Gucci Mane.
“Gucci Mane called me all the time while he was incarcerated,” Ross told MTV News. “We spoke on collabo — here it is! ‘Trickn Off.’ I’m proud of him.”
Triple C’s also recently filmed a video with Game for “Gangsta Sh–.” “Hustla” features Maybach Music Group singer Masspike Miles, and other guests on the album include Yo Gotti on “Yams Pt. 2” and Birdman on “Go.”
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