The Rundown: Rick Ross, Mastermind

After much anticipation, Rozay delivers his sixth LP.

The Rundown: Rick Ross: Mastermind - After multiple delays, Rick Ross is finally here to prove to the world that he's a Mastermind. The Maybach Music Group leader's sixth LP hits stores today (March 4) and continues the momentum that Rozay has been building, while furthering his narrative as a rich, powerful Bawse. A few big name collaborations throughtout the album help to it to sound as big as the author's persona. Read on for a track-by-track review.(Photo: Courtesy of Maybach Music Group)

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The Rundown: Rick Ross: Mastermind - After multiple delays, Rick Ross is finally here to prove to the world that he's a Mastermind. The Maybach Music Group leader's sixth LP hits stores today (March 4) and continues the momentum that Rozay has been building, while furthering his narrative as a rich, powerful Bawse. A few big name collaborations throughtout the album help to it to sound as big as the author's persona. Read on for a track-by-track review.(Photo: Courtesy of Maybach Music Group)

"Intro" - The album opener splices together some clips of old Ross rhymes with a short speech from author Napolean Hill, in which he discusses the idea of a "mastermind." Rozay is out to prove that he's one. (Photo: Michael Buckner/Getty Images For BET)

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"Intro" - The album opener splices together some clips of old Ross rhymes with a short speech from author Napolean Hill, in which he discusses the idea of a "mastermind." Rozay is out to prove that he's one. (Photo: Michael Buckner/Getty Images For BET)

"Rich Is Gangsta" - Over some smooth Black Metaphor production, Ricky flosses his wealth and takes a small shot at rival 50 Cent ("From now on I need 50...I ain't talkin' 50 Cent, neither").(Photo: Charles Eshelman/FilmMagic/Getty Images)

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"Rich Is Gangsta" - Over some smooth Black Metaphor production, Ricky flosses his wealth and takes a small shot at rival 50 Cent ("From now on I need 50...I ain't talkin' 50 Cent, neither").(Photo: Charles Eshelman/FilmMagic/Getty Images)

"Drug Dealer's Dream" - The wealth talk continues here, as an automated bank-teller voice tells Ross his account balance is more than $92 million before the rapper puffs out his chest and kicks that range from recalling his days "eatin' out of the trash" to shouting out a few strip clubs. (Photo: Chris McKay/WireImage/Getty Images)

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"Drug Dealer's Dream" - The wealth talk continues here, as an automated bank-teller voice tells Ross his account balance is more than $92 million before the rapper puffs out his chest and kicks that range from recalling his days "eatin' out of the trash" to shouting out a few strip clubs. (Photo: Chris McKay/WireImage/Getty Images)

"Shots Fired" - This brief skit that clocks in at less than a minute includes news clips of reports on the January 2013 shooting that targeted Ross. (Photo: Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images for BET's Rip The Runway)

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"Shots Fired" - This brief skit that clocks in at less than a minute includes news clips of reports on the January 2013 shooting that targeted Ross. (Photo: Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images for BET's Rip The Runway)

"Mafia Music III" Featuring Sizzla and Mavado - Ross takes it from Miami to the islands for "Mafia Music III," which features Jamaica-natives Sizzla and Mavado. The Bawse kicks one lengthy verse before passing the baton. (Photos: Michael Loccisano/Getty Images for GQ; Johnny Nunez/WireImage/Getty Images; Bennett Raglin/BET/Getty Images for BET)

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"Mafia Music III" Featuring Sizzla and Mavado - Ross takes it from Miami to the islands for "Mafia Music III," which features Jamaica-natives Sizzla and Mavado. The Bawse kicks one lengthy verse before passing the baton. (Photos: Michael Loccisano/Getty Images for GQ; Johnny Nunez/WireImage/Getty Images; Bennett Raglin/BET/Getty Images for BET)

"The Devil Is a Lie" - Jay Z rides alongside Ricky on this collaboration, which was the album's lead single and remains the project's biggest release to date. (Photo: Courtesy of Maybach Music Group)

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"The Devil Is a Lie" - Jay Z rides alongside Ricky on this collaboration, which was the album's lead single and remains the project's biggest release to date. (Photo: Courtesy of Maybach Music Group)

"Nobody" Featuring French Montana and Diddy - This eerie joint borrows liberally from Notorious B.I.G.'s "You're Nobody (Til Somebody Kills You)," from the French Montana hook to the Diddy-produced beat. Meanwhie, the MMG honcho kicks rhymes about the street life.(Photos: Noam Galai/Getty Images; Eugene Gologursky/Getty Images; Daniel Tanner/WENN.com)

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"Nobody" Featuring French Montana and Diddy - This eerie joint borrows liberally from Notorious B.I.G.'s "You're Nobody (Til Somebody Kills You)," from the French Montana hook to the Diddy-produced beat. Meanwhie, the MMG honcho kicks rhymes about the street life.(Photos: Noam Galai/Getty Images; Eugene Gologursky/Getty Images; Daniel Tanner/WENN.com)

"War Ready" Featuring Jeezy and Tracy T - The Rick Ross-Jeezy beef is officially a thing of the past with "War Ready." The gritty collab finds the two Southern MCs strapped up and gearing to go — just not at one another this time. (Photo: Courtesy of Maybach Music Group)

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"War Ready" Featuring Jeezy and Tracy T - The Rick Ross-Jeezy beef is officially a thing of the past with "War Ready." The gritty collab finds the two Southern MCs strapped up and gearing to go — just not at one another this time. (Photo: Courtesy of Maybach Music Group)

"What a Shame" Featuring French Montana - French Montana joins Rozay once more, this time borrowing inspiration for his hook from Camp Lo's "Luchini AKA This Is It." Meanwhile, Ross gets lyrically gully, with lines like "Pull a pistol, bang on a n---a."(Photo: Christopher Polk/Getty Images For BET)

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"What a Shame" Featuring French Montana - French Montana joins Rozay once more, this time borrowing inspiration for his hook from Camp Lo's "Luchini AKA This Is It." Meanwhile, Ross gets lyrically gully, with lines like "Pull a pistol, bang on a n---a."(Photo: Christopher Polk/Getty Images For BET)

"Supreme" - Scott Storch emerges to produce this symphonic cut, which once again finds Ross in his comfort zone, boasting about elaborate wealth and bragging about his gangsta certifications. (Photo: EPA/STEVE C.MITCHELL/LANDOV)

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"Supreme" - Scott Storch emerges to produce this symphonic cut, which once again finds Ross in his comfort zone, boasting about elaborate wealth and bragging about his gangsta certifications. (Photo: EPA/STEVE C.MITCHELL/LANDOV)

"Blk & White" - Rozay switches up his flow a bit here, getting more sing-songy than normal for the catchy, drug-dealing-fueled hook: "A n---a, black but he sellin' white." He also makes a controversial mention of Trayvon Martin, rapping, "Trayvon Martin, I'm never missing my target."(Photo: Jeff Fusco/Getty Images)

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"Blk & White" - Rozay switches up his flow a bit here, getting more sing-songy than normal for the catchy, drug-dealing-fueled hook: "A n---a, black but he sellin' white." He also makes a controversial mention of Trayvon Martin, rapping, "Trayvon Martin, I'm never missing my target."(Photo: Jeff Fusco/Getty Images)

"Dope B---h Skit" - Before the album's home stretch, Ross sticks in a nearly three-minute skit with two ladies talking about what differentiates them from "basic b-----s."(Photo: Christopher Polk/Getty Images For BET)

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"Dope B---h Skit" - Before the album's home stretch, Ross sticks in a nearly three-minute skit with two ladies talking about what differentiates them from "basic b-----s."(Photo: Christopher Polk/Getty Images For BET)

"In Vein" Featuring The Weeknd - In what is a trend among songs that feature The Weeknd, this cut comes off sounding more like the singer's than Ross', which isn't necessarily a bad thing — it gives the rapper a chance to tackle some production more mellow than normal. (Photos: Mark Davis/Getty Images for BET; Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for MTV)

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"In Vein" Featuring The Weeknd - In what is a trend among songs that feature The Weeknd, this cut comes off sounding more like the singer's than Ross', which isn't necessarily a bad thing — it gives the rapper a chance to tackle some production more mellow than normal. (Photos: Mark Davis/Getty Images for BET; Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for MTV)

"Sanctified" Featuring Kanye West and Big Sean - Ricky enlists Kanye West and Big Sean to join him on this DJ Mustard-produced track which is equal parts soulful and exciting. It's the most heavy-hitting collaboration to not be released prior to the album.(Photos: Rob Rich/WENN.com; Christie Goodwin/Redferns/Getty Images; Michael Buckner/Getty Images For BET)

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"Sanctified" Featuring Kanye West and Big Sean - Ricky enlists Kanye West and Big Sean to join him on this DJ Mustard-produced track which is equal parts soulful and exciting. It's the most heavy-hitting collaboration to not be released prior to the album.(Photos: Rob Rich/WENN.com; Christie Goodwin/Redferns/Getty Images; Michael Buckner/Getty Images For BET)

Meek Mill, Rick Ross

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"Walkin' on Air" Featuring Meek Mill - MMG is in the building for the album's penultimate track, which features Meek Mill for an anthemic output. (Photo: Shareif Ziyadat/FilmMagic/Getty Images)

"Thug Cry" Featuring Lil Wayne - J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League brings their typically orchestral production to serve as the backdrop for the latest Rick Ross-Lil Wayne joint, where their chemistry as a duo is as evident as ever.(Photo: Sean O'Kane/BET)

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"Thug Cry" Featuring Lil Wayne - J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League brings their typically orchestral production to serve as the backdrop for the latest Rick Ross-Lil Wayne joint, where their chemistry as a duo is as evident as ever.(Photo: Sean O'Kane/BET)