Rick Ross does not actually embody any of the variables instrumentalized by the Fitness World. But in the case of catching wreck within the gymnasium, Rozay provides it his all, after which some. When Rozay picked up a row of dumbbells yesterday, he did it beneath the tight supervision of a private coach overseeing his each motion. Just yesterday, Rick Ross posted a brief video of his health routine, containing all of the comedic components you'd anticipate from an individual of his stature (and goody nature).
Rick Ross is seemingly happy together with his present situation. As you'll be able to see, Rozay is discovering outcomes easy-to-come-by so lengthy with a dumbbell designed to maintain him alive and properly. In the (above) video, Rozay celebrates the completion of his set by flexing his pectorals to the digicam - after which he lifts his pant leg, producing a slighter-than-you-thought calf, and blotches of semi-permanent tattoo ink (or leg-hair IDK?).
After a quick delay, each Rozay and his coach flip their consideration to a drugs ball, designed to bridge his higher and decrease core. Videos like this exist if solely to assuage nettlesome followers frightened about his situation. It wasn't so way back that Rick Rozay was holed up in triage after experiencing cardiac homeostasis. All the facility to you Mr. Bossman, the gym-flow appears hella fluid.
Rick Ross, T.I. & 70 Others Confirmed For Dreamville's "Revenge of the Dreamers III"
"Revenge of the Dreamers III" is stacked to the brim.
The forthcoming Revenge of the Dreamers III compilation will undoubtedly broaden Dreamville's stranglehold in 2019, by showcasing its core members alongside the 'subjective finest' within the sport. The first wave of submissions was introduced a couple of days in the past, spearheaded by the standard suspects in JID, J. Cole.
Dreamville's president Ibrahim (and J. Cole's supervisor) has since confirmed the presence of T.I. and Rick Ross on the ultimate draft. It all transpired on Twitter when he responded to Wale's assumption the Rick Ross had a minor stake on RotD III. Ibrahim's assertion was that T.I. was recording within the adjoining room to Rick Ross.
The producer listing is very large; amongst them, Anonxmous, Beam Beam, Big Gator Bossman, Bink!, Black Metaphor, Brian "Malik" Baptiste, Cardiak, Cheese Beatz, Christo, Deputy, Dijon Stylez, D Sanders, DZL, Mike Hector, Needlz, Ducko McFli, Jay Kurzweil, Groove, Elite, Yung Lan, !llmind, Hollywood JB, Kid Hazel, Symbolyc One, Kal Banx, Jetson Made, Meez, Pyrex, Marz Marz, Ricky Felix, in addition to Mike WiLL Made-It's very personal subcommittee of J-Bo and Pluss, over at EarDrummerz, make up the early entrants.
ChaseTheCash, who produced JID's "Off Deez" with J. Cole, additionally added his contact to the album - as did Childish Major, T-Minus, Kenny Beats, Tay Keith, OG Parker, Supah Mario, in some capability. Invariably, Dreamville's in-house producer Ron Gilmore, figures within the dialog as nicely, as does Juro "Mez" Davis, the label's go-to engineer. Brilliant Mack, Ced Brown are there to assists within the mixing, DJ Dark Knight together with his government contact.
Ari Lennox will reprise her position as Dreamville's uncontested FLOTUS, flanked by DJ Komari, the disc-jockey she met whereas in highschool. Other Dreamville hopefuls to function on the compilation embody Lute, Cozz (based mostly out of LA), Bas (with DJ Nitrane, his private disc-jockey), and even EarthGang (comprised of Doctur Dot and Johnny Venus). They can be joined by an inventory of honorees that embody Reese LaFlare,
Rick Ross Hits Tekashi 6ix9ine With Bars On Meek Mill’s ‘What’s Free
There is now some debate over the extent to which JAY-Z is shading Kanye West on Meek Mill's new Championship monitor 'What's Free', with Hov's individuals claiming he isn't.
Rick Ross, the tracks different characteristic, is a bit more clear when he refers to everybody's favourite incarcerated troll rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine.
What do you concentrate on Ross weighing in on 6ix9ine's precarious authorized scenario?
Meek Mill Drops "Championships" Featuring Drake, Jay-Z, Cardi B & More
Mike Will Made It Unleashes Star Studded "Creed II" Soundtrack
Tru Life Releases First Project In 11 Years With Future, T.I., Rick Ross, & More
Tru Life is formally again. After spending nearly a decade in jail, he is dwelling and able to make some noise. Before he was sentenced, Tru Life was scouted by Jay Z and Jimmy Iovine and now that he is out, he is needed to adapt to the modifications within the rap sport. After spending time along with his household and protecting himself locked within the studio, the New York rapper has lastly launched a brand new album – his first in eleven years.
Despite being inactive for a number of years, Tru Life has not misplaced any of the talents that made him such a useful prospect. Walking On Water options some big names as Future, T.I., Yo Gotti, Tory Lanez, Rick Ross, and extra make appearances. Velous takes a number of spots on the tracklist as Tru Life appears like he is on prime of the world proper now.
1. Code (feat. T.I., Yo Gotti & Velous)
2. Block N***a
three. Last Night (feat. Future & DJ Clue)
four. Naked (feat. Tory Lanez & Don Q)
5. Cause I Can (feat. Velous)
6. When I Want
7. Yah Yah
eight. Been Down (feat. Velous)
9. Baddie (feat. Future)
10. Bag For It (feat. Rick Ross & Velous)
11. Somebody (feat. Dave East & Jermaine Elliott)
50 Cent Loses "In Da Club" Lawsuit To Rick Ross
50 Cent gained't be getting revenge on Rick Ross in courtroom after the "In Da Club" lawsuit he filed towards his longtime rival was dismissed with out benefit.
In 2015, 50 sued Ross for $2 million for utilizing "In Da Club" on his mixtape Renzel Remixes. The go well with was an odd transfer, given how the entire mixtape factor works. Fif tried to legally justify the transfer by arguing that Ross was particularly utilizing the remix to advertise his retail album Black Market.
That questionable argument isn't why the go well with simply received tossed out. Instead, the decide dominated 50 doesn’t personal the copyright or grasp recordings for "In Da Club" — Shady/Aftermath Records does — so he had no proper to sue within the first place.
Stream Russ' "Zoo" Project
After hyping up the album over the past few weeks and releasing songs like “The Flute Song” & “Serious,” ATL rapper Russ decides to come through today and drop off his new album Zoo.
Laced with 14 tracks in total, the follow up to There’s Really A Wolf features guest appearances from Rick Ross & Snoop Dogg who appear on the song “Last Forever,” as well as English singer/songwriter Mahalia. Meanwhile, production is handled by Scott Storch, Avedon, Russ himself, and others.
Speaking on the title of Zoo, Russ had the following to say about it: “My new life is a ‘Zoo.’ It feels like constant contained chaos… whether eternal battles, family issues, industry bullshit, etc…And dealing with everything while everyone is watching is beyond stressful,” he says. “I know everyone is depending on me and I can’t be the “weak” one. It’s a mess in here though… A beautifully miserable mess at times… People on the outside throwin shit at you, people on the inside trying to kill you. All the while you gotta keep it together otherwise you look crazy… All the while tryna keep in mind that this is what I signed up for, even if I didn’t realize it and tryna stay grateful thru the constant chaos that is the Zoo…”
Available on iTunes, fans can stream the project in its entirety Apple Music. Hit play and let us know what record you’re feeling the most.
Rick Ross & Omelly Team Up For The "Gummo (Remix)" Music Video
Rick Ross & Omelly deliver the new visuals for their “GUMMO (Remix).”
Pi’erre Bourne snapped on the production for “GUMMO” which ultimately resulted in several remixes and freestyles being released. One remix that particularly stood out was Rick Ross and Omelly’s flip of 6ix9ine’s breakthrough anthem. At the time it was released, Meek was behind bars and there are several calls for the rapper’s release. Unfortunately, the song’s production felt like it would be perfectly fit for Meek Mill’s loud vocals but it doesn’t look like we’ll get a remix from him. Today, Omelly and Rick Ross come through with the official video for their remix.
Rick Ross and Omelly have the streets on lock for their “GUMMO (Remix)” video. The video opens up with several of their associates honing into their inner-Meek Mill and riding through the streets on ATV’s while popping wheelies. The video was Directed by Inferno Productions who recently worked with Freeway on his “Intro” video.
The release of the new video could be a sign that Rick Ross is finally nearing the release of Port Of Miami II. Over the past few weeks, Rozay fueled speculations regarding its releasing by announcing a pre-launch party for the album. Last week marked the 12th year anniversary of his debut album and he revealed that he’s putting the final touched on the sequel. Let’s hope it arrives before the end of the year.
LNDN DRGS Revamp Their Debut With "Aktive (Deluxe)"
LNDN DRGS is giving fans a new spin on their coveted debut Aktive. The duo, composed of Compton’s Jay Worthy and Vancouver’s Sean House, released Aktive (Deluxe) which offers 9 additional tracks to the original version. New features are also included as Curren$y, Rick Ross, Freddie Gibbs and others hop on the record.
The duo is fully aware of the impact their debut had on their fans as well as on their own career trajectories. Jay Worthy opened up about their success.
1. La Quinta (Ft. G Perico)
3. Fade / Summertime (Ft. Mitchy Slick)
4. Plug B4 (Ft. YG Hootie) 5. Fast Blakk (Ft. A$AP Yams)
6.In the Rain (Ft. Quincey White)
7. Aktive (Ft. YG Hootie)
8. Uza Trikk / Power (Interlude) (Ft. A$AP Yams, Earl Swavey & G Perico)
9. Real Life (Ft. AD, Krayzie Bone & Lill)
10. So Rare (Ft. RetcH & Sha Hef)
11. Big Wy (Ft. K-Dee)
12. Hop Out
13. Choose Up
14. The Makk / Burnt Out
15. Tomorrow (Ft. Freddie Gibbs)
16. Hop Out (Remix) (Ft. Curren$y)
17. Feel Alright Lyrics
18. Funk It Up (Ft. Larry June)
19. Won’t Holler (Remix) (Ft. “Freeway” Ricky Ross, Jay 305 & Payroll Giovanni)
20. Mony Don’t Make the Man (Ft. Polyester the Saint)
21. Flights (Ft. Stro The Mc)
22. Back in the Game Lyrics
23. Day 2 Day (Ft. Cousin Stizz)