Rick Ross‘ highly-anticipated album Port Of Miami 2 has officially dropped. The Florida MC’s tenth studio album was released on Friday (Aug. 9), and features star-studded appearances from some of the game’s most popular artists.
Nipsey Hussle, Lil Wayne, Meek Mill, Drake, Swizz Beatz, Jeezy, Wale, A Boogie wit da Hoodie, Denzel Curry, John Legend, Summer Walker, Teyana Taylor and many more are headed on the 15-track LP. The track “Gold Roses” featuring Drake was released not too long ago, giving fans a little taste of what’s to come.
Port Of Miami 2 is dedicated to Ross’ longtime manager, Black Bo, who died in 2017. According to a recent interview with Apple Music, Ross says this album is a culmination of events that make up his come-up story.
“Port of Miami was the foundation I built the empire on,” he said. “At this stage in my career, and being where the game is, the goofy sh*t is the way a lot of people promote the music now. And me being where I’m at, I can’t do that. I gotta remain creative and just dope. The production, the wordplay, the concept, you know?”
Listen to the album below.