Rick Ross is living proof that you don’t have to wait to release another album.
Rozay is following a year where he dropped two albums, Mastermind and Hood Billionaire, with Black Dollar. The 39-year-old rapper got a lot of fans excited yesterday when he debuted “Foreclosures,” a song that has him reunited with the J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League. In the single, he addresses Meek Mill’s loss to Drake and how he’s bossed up in the aftermath of their feud. He also uses the concept of foreclosures as closing a chapter in his past life to start a new one.
You can listen to “Foreclosures” here, and look out for Black Dollar releasing on Sept. 4.
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