Stream Rick Ross’ ‘Rather You Than Me’ Album Feat. Young Thug, Wale, Gucci Mane & More


Rick Ross caught everyone’s attention yesterday (March 16) with his forthright track, “Idols Become Rivals,” aimed at Cash Money’s Birdman — and his alleged shady business dealings. It’s a pretty engrossing song to say the least.

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Today (March 17), the Boss is back to his regularly scheduled programings. After more than ten years in the industry, Rozay released his ninth studio ablum, Rather You Than Me (Epic). The 14-track effort is the follow-up to 2015’s Black Market and features the likes of Nas, Young Thug, Ty Dolla $ign, Yo Gotti, and others. Producers Major Nine, Beat Billionaire, Bink!, Buda and Grandz, and many other promising beat makers, handle instrumental duties.

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After releasing “Idols Become Rivals,” Young Renzel wrote an Instagram post to  Lil Wayne explaining the motive behind the scanting track.

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“The Level of respect and Love that I have for WAYNE makes it hard to sit back and not speak on the situation.The streets need you.Being a Boss means having the courage to say the things everybody thinking but scared to say.I can’t wait for you to hear it. Midnight,” the MMG boss wrote on IG.

Wayne showed his appreciation to Ross with a Tweet: