If the “LeBron likes a mediocre rap tune” meme wasn’t sufficient, the Los Angeles Lakers’ ahead continues to blur the traces between rapping and ballerism. Bear in thoughts, Rick Ross shouldn’t be a mediocre rapper, however the reality LeBron James reached out to him is fairly humorous given the character Bron’s famous rap groupieism.
But I digress, urging Rick Ross to complete Port Miami II as he did two days in the past, is hardly a foul initiative on his half. Port Miami II is the feel-good story that rap wants after a mournful 2018.
On Wednesday, Bron bought proper in his ear social media by inferring that Ross was engaged on Port Miami II with little or no (deserved) fanfare. “Talk to me bro! I would like some that slick speak u be on. I do know you engaged on that venture.” Rozay responded immediately saying, “Yes Sir!!.” The alternate continued into the week.
During LeBron James’ profitable tenure with the Miami Heat, Rick Ross was one the extra ardent supporters cheering him on from the entrance row. With Rick Ross’ jolly presence near the scorer’s desk, the Miami Heat had been in a position to elevate three championships within the span a decade, two which accounting for LeBron James’ dynastic run with the “massive three.”
Be looking out for Port Miami II!
We’re eagerly waiting for Rick Ross to release his forthcoming project, Port Of Miami 2. He’s given little updates here and there but he hasn’t given us a confirmed release date for the project. However, it does look like it will be arriving in the near future. As today marks the 12th anniversary his debut album, Port Of Miami, the rapper hit the ‘Gram to not only reflect on the project but also give us an update on his next album.
After announcing his Port Of Miami 2 launch party last week, it looks like the rapper is getting closer to releasing his highly anticipated album. The rapper hit Instagram commemorate the 12 year anniversary his debut album, Port Of Miami. He also shared an update on his next album.
“12 yrs ago today I released my debut album ‘Port Miami’..today I’m putting final touches on ‘Port Miami 2’ which will be coming soon!” he captioned his post.
Hopefully, it drops before the summer ends. The rapper’s released several singles throughout the year such as “Green Gucci Suit” with Future and “Florida Boy” alongside T-Pain and Kodak Black.
Considering that we’ve pretty much received new projects from the majority heavy hitting acts in the rap game, now’s a better time than ever for Rick Ross to bless us with more luxurious boss raps.
Back in March, we learned that Rick Ross’s Port Miami sequel could arrive earlier than expected. Anticipation over his comeback were tempered and possibly hampered by restrictions to his health following a heart attack at the beginning said month, but we took the news in stride in the hopes we manage his well-being to the best his abilities.
Following a the release his single with Future, and subsequent cameo roles, news his album release party has come to light, from Rick Ross himself. Yesterday evening, Rozay shared the poster for his album launch for Port Miami 2, taking place on Friday at 1015 Folsom in San Francisco all places. The poster represents the first inkling we have towards the album’s development, after witnessing its derailment for the better part a year.
The event will be sponsored by Icon Cannabis and Luc Belaire Sparkling Wines, for which he is a keen ambassador. Tickets can be purchase at Eventbrite starting at reasonable rate $30, and augment to $60 if purchased on site , on the day the concert. Make no mistake about it: this is a Rick Ross concert, not a listening or a brief moment appraisal.
Keep it peeled for updates on Port Miami 2.
While the collaboration Dave East and Rick Ross may seem surprising on paper, recent single “Fresh Prince Of Belaire” proved that the pair had chemistry on wax. Now, with the nineties-inspired visuals having dropped a few hours ago, East and Rozay chopped it up with Vulture to explain how their paths ultimately crossed in the first place. “We ran into each other in the club, then the next day we followed up like, “Let’s put some music behind it.” So this is the first Rick Ross and Dave East collaboration,” explains Rozay. “We brought back that Fresh Prince Bel-Air flavor. Shout out to Will. Shout out to 215.”
In an interesting moment, Dave East opens up about towing the line between making “party music” and lyrical rap. “Even on a party record, I’m still trying to apply some type lyricism to it. I’ll never put out some super-dumbed-down music,” explains East. “I think about it a lot. All the greats had them. Biggie had “Hypnotize.” All them had them joints. Nas had “Oochie Wally.” All the dudes that I looked up to had them bounce, club records, but that’s just not my main focus.”
To read the complete interview, be sure to head over to Vulture to check it out. In the mean time, stay tuned for Rozay’s Port Of Miami 2 and Dave East’s upcoming project; the way he tells it, there’s no shortage music in his vault.
Rick Ross announced his collaboration with Future in May. Fans have been waiting to hear it for over a month now, but the wait will soon be over. The rapper announced the release date Twitter today. “Green Gucci Suit” is set to drop this Friday. In the meantime, Ross gives fans a feel for the track through its visuals. Check it:
This single will be released in anticipation his upcoming album, Port Of Miami 2. The leading single will set the tone for the rest the album’s rollout, so it better be as fire as fans are expecting. If so, this would break some the less positive things Ross has had to deal with as late. Earlier this week, he lost a lawsuit that had originally been in his favor. The loss will cost him a couple million. This came after some health issues and rumors plastic surgery. Regardless all that, the “Everyday I’m Hustlin'” star has been putting in work.
Rick Ross appears on the bonus track edition the Superfly soundtrack. He can also be heard on Pusha T’s latest album, Daytona. On a sweeter tip, Da Boss serves some love on the Normani/Khalid remixed version “Love Lies.”