NEW MUSIC: RICK ROSS FEAT. CHRIS BROWN – ‘SORRY’
Rick Ross is back with a big record that will captivate the masses and make Radio DJ’s across the globe go crazy. The lyrics of ”Sorry’‘ go deep when you hear Chris Brown break down the lines “Broken condoms, lipstick marks, and unprotected sex,” croons Royalty’s father. “I try to change but I’m always out fu**ing around in the club / Pieces of my love letter tore up from this breakup / My worst nightmare went right in my back / I wish I could wake up / I feel like shit.”
Me being a fan of music knows that this is the most honest I have ever heard Breezy on a record thus far. Rick Ross got us patiently waiting for his eighth album Black Market.
Leading up to the BLACK MARKET announcement, this summer Rick Ross released a stellar mixtape entitled “Black Dollar,” which was heralded by critics for Ross’ humble and honest wordplay. Pitchfork exclaimed, “that voice of his, and the way he makes it leap and tremble with joy, can momentarily make you believe anything,” while XXL stated “Rick Ross is on the ascent again.” To date, the mixtape has over 1.7 million listens on mixtape site DatPiff.
Hood Billionaire and Mastermind succeeded Ross’ 2012 release, God Forgives, I Don’t, his fourth album to debut at #1 Soundscan, which included top hits “Touch’N You” featuring Usher, “So Sophisticated” featuring Meek Mill, and fan favorite “Diced Pineapples” featuring Drake and Wale. Ross’ previous best-selling albums include Port Of Miami (2006), Trilla (2008), and Deeper Than Rap (2009), all of which debuted at #1 Soundscan; and Teflon Don (2010).
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