Rick Ross has nearly perfected a formula where his fans won’t go without any new music from him.
This year, Ross surprised everyone with an excellent free album, Black Dollar, and even released more songs from it like “Babies Cry,” “Buried in the Streets” and “Work.” Rozay upped the ante this month when he shared a snippet of his next single, “Sorry,” featuring Chris Brown. Earlier this morning, he premiered the whole thing on radio show The Breakfast Club, but you can hear the official audio below.
"One of the most honest records I've done in a while," CB said about the single on Instagram. "I appreciate ROSS for allowing me to be me on a record and speak from the heart."
Ross is also prepping his third album in less than two years called Black Market, which could be another big win for him. Whatever opinions you have on Ross, you can’t knock his hustle. He's always out here working. You can anticipate more Ross cuts on the way in December.
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