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Posts tagged "Deeper Than Rap"
Rick Ross Talks Erykah Badu Cosign, Biggie-Diddy Connection (Pg. 2)
Getting back to the music, it feels like you've made a real effort to improve on the mic in recent years. You've freestyled over to…
Rick Ross Talks Competition With Eminem, Drake and T.I. (Pg. 3)
You're getting ready to release a mixtape, Albert Anastasia, just before Memorial Day and then your album, Teflon Don, on July 6. I have to…
Rick Ross Talks Making Dance Music With Kanye, Working With Sha Money XL, Cosign From Badu
The Boss is back on the job. Just a little more than a year after dropping his well-received third album Deeper Than Rap, Rick…
Rick Ross Is 200+ Pounds of Gangster Soul
Peep This: Rick Ross Feat. T-Pain & Pusha T “Maybach Music 2.5″
One-half of the Clipse links up with Rick Ross and T-Pain for this almost-third installment of Ross’ J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League-produced album staple. Yugh!
Peep This: Rick Ross Feat. Robin Thicke “Lay Back”
Hey V fam, what do you think about the latest flick from Deeper Than Rap, starring Rick Ross and Mr. Paula Patton?
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