Andre 3000, one of the more exciting features on God Forgives, I Don’t, will be making an even bigger contribution to Rick Ross than expected.
During Rozay’s most recent interview with Sway on MTV’s RapFix Live, the MMG leader announced that 3 Stacks offered to direct the video for their collaborative track, “Sixteen.”
"Sometimes in our life, depending on what day it is, a lot of times 16 bars ain't enough, and he loved the track that much that he went above and beyond," Ross told Sway. "He's writing the treatment for the video. It's looking real big." Prior to his decision, 3000 already went ham in the making of “Sixteen.” He dropped a verse, sang and played a banjo on the J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League-produced track.
Ross plans to make a visual for every record on God Forgives, so expect Andre’s finished product to be the start of more greats to come.