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Rick Ross Is “LIT” About Leaving Def Jam For Epic Records


Holding down the Def Jam mainframe for some time now, Rick Ross now makes yet another boss move and makes his way over to his new label home, Epic Records.

News broke recently, which left everyone a little confused but with eyebrows raised wondering if this perhaps was a good move. But looking at Epic’s recent track record, the conglomerate seems to be on the winning streak.

Ricky has been signed to Def Jam for the past ten years. During his stay, the talented MMG rapper dropped eight studio albums.

Ross signed his deal with Epic as a solo artist but we’re sure eventually the rest of his Maybach Music camp will join the flow. He also joins his fellow music cohort Diddy who also made a transition over to the established entertainment home.

Rick posted this pic on Instagram captioned “LIT!”.

On the low, we kinda want that hoodie! Send a few over Ross!

Epic also tweeted the news and welcomed Rozay with open arms.

Congrats to Rick, LA Reid and the entire Epic staff!

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Fly Visual: Remy Ma feat. Rick Ross & Yo Gotti – “Hands Down”

It’s indeed a fact that Remy Ma is ready to get her music career back on track, and there’s no stopping her. Dropping her new visual “Hands Down”, the bronx female rapper and Love & Hip Hop: New York cast member links up with Rick Ross and Angela Simmons‘ rumored boo Yo Gotti.

The three rap cohorts chill with Remy is in a misty visual, delivering bars in front of expensive cars, while Rozay pops some Bel Aire. You will also catch rapper Fat Joe and Gunplay in tow celebrating Remy’s return.

Check it out below:

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SFPL Music: Remy Ma feat. Yo Gotti & Rick Ross – “Hands Down”


Love & Hip Hop: New York’s newest star, Remy Ma releases her brand new single, “Hands Down” featuring Yo Gotti and Rick Ross via her own imprint, Remy Ma Music Group.

Since her release from prison, Remy has been on the move as she dropped her 2014 mixtape I’m Around, new collaborations with other rap cohorts, to now shifting into the Love & Hip Hop reality series.


Today, the BX rap diva states her claim in the bedroom on “Hands Down”, as Ross and Gotti tag onto the saying with their very own definition.

Check it out below:

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Fly EP: Mila J – ‘Black Friday’


In the midst of new mixtape releases from Rick Ross, Chris Brown, Erykah Badu, Trey Songz, Lil Wayne and more, Mila J joins the trending flow with a new EP entitled Black Friday. The new project serves as a follow-up to The Waiting Game mixtape.


Mila tweets:

“A little Black Friday gift for everybody from me and

Take a listen below:

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Fly Mixtape: Rick Ross – Renzel Remixes


As we wait for the much-anticipated Black Market album set for a Dec. 4th release, Rick Ross keeps us entertained with an array of flipped-music on his new mixtape Renzel Remixes.

The double-disc project features Rozay’s remixed music-concoctions of: his nemesis, 50 Cent‘s “In Da Club”, Adele‘s electrifying hit song “Hello”, Notorious B.I.G.‘s “Get Money”, Future & Drake‘s “Jumpman” and so much more.

Nas and Lil Wayne also added a few bars to the collective, along with Ross’ MMG Family; Meek Mill, Wale, Gunplay and Stalley.

Take a listen to both discs below:


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SFPL Music: Rick Ross – “Crocodile Python”

Rick Ross follows up with yet another new tune enhanced with pure orchestration called “Crocodile Python.”


Why they want to stick me for my paper?
They want the deeds to my fruit of labor

The 305 rapper touches on being monitored on a consistent basis, as fame comes with a hefty fine of life and law related problems.

Every time I turn around
Lawsuits put a lean on a king crown
Ten million was the last check
Devil on the deal, the nigga death in debt
They want to own every thing I own
They sends drones to survey my home
Suits designed to protect my wealth
Bloody Glock 40 to protect myself

Take a listen below:

Rozay’s album Black Market drops on Dec. 4th.

The mixtape Renzel Remixes appears on Thanksgiving Day.

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SFPL Music: Tracy T feat. Meek Mill – “Topless”


Tracy T teams up with his Maybach Music Group cohort Meek Mill in honor of his forthcoming project and presents his new single “Topless.” Tracy’s new project serves as a follow-up to his 50 Shades of Green mixtape released back in August.

Check it out below, as the fellas prefer everything…Topless:

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SFPL Music: Rick Ross feat. Nas – “One Of Us”


Packed with horns and a bass-heavy tempo, DJ Funkmaster Flex gives us a ear-glimpse of Rick Ross‘ new track “One Of Us” featuring Nas.

Rick new album Black Market will be available on Dec. 4th, which features appearances from the likes of: Chris Brown, Mariah Carey, John Legend, Ceelo Green, DJ Premier, Mary J. Blige, Future and The Dream.

Check out Rick and Nas’ collab track below:

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Fly Visual: Rick Ross feat. Chris Brown – “Sorry”

Well, it look like things may be back on for Rick Ross and Lira Mercer aka Lira Galore, as the two are featured as a couple in the new visual for Ross’ hit single “Sorry” featuring Chris Brown. Although, the visual was shot before their alleged breakup, it is still yet uncertain if the two are still together.

In the visual, Rick and Lira are seen coupled together while a mistress hangs in the shadow. Once, a piece lingerie mysteriously shows up in the drawer (found by Rick’s main squeeze, Lira), she confronts him about it and then moves out. When asked to move back, Galore shows up the next day to unpack her things — only to find out that the mistress wants to seek revenge.

Peep the full visual below:

Rick Ross’ Black Market drops on Dec. 4th.

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SFPL Music: DJ Clue & Rick Ross – “Get Mone” (BBB Freestyle)


The legendary Mixtape King, DJ Clue joins forces with Miami’s own Rick Ross to delve into Junior M.A.F.I.A. and Notorious B.I.G.’s “Get Money,” newly named as the BBB (Black Bottle Boys) Freestyle.

Check it out below:

Rick Ross’ Black Market drops Dec. 4th.

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