The Hottest MC In The Game: Rick Ross ‘GFID’ Cover, Plus Drake Compared The Disc To Biggie’s ‘Ready To Die’

On July 31, the hottest emcee in the game (Rick Ross) will be dropping his fifth solo album, entitled God Forgives, I Don’t via Def Jam. The disc is the follow-up to Ross 2010’s Teflon Don which debuted at #2 on the Billboard 200 chart, selling 176,300 copies in its first week. Ross released a total of four albums including Port Of Miami, Trilla, Deeper Than Rap, Teflon Don and sold over seven-million albums worldwide. I heard this is Ross greatest work to date. In the promo clip below, the Bawse highlights some of his greatest career moments.

In an interview with RollingStone, Ross explained his vision for this album, “My vision for this album is so clear, everything’s falling into place,” said Ross.

Ross’ good friend and collaborator Drake also spoke on GFID in an interview with MTV News. Drizzy said, “That God Forgives I Don’t; the only way I can describe it is like Doggystyle or Ready to Die or Clipse Lord Willin’ or any of the albums that I collected and held on to as a kid — whether it was cassette or CD.

Don’t forget that Self Made Vol. II arrives June 26.

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