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Rick Ross Mixtape 2011
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Right Back At You
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Rick Ross Mixtape 2011
Rick Ross Mixtape 2011…Drake is a fairly new-fangled mc, but nevertheless he has 2 new rap beats that are at the top of the music charts. These are “Miss Me”, showcasing Lil Wayne, & “Fancy”, showcasing T.I and Swizz Beatz. He’s also featured in a top tune titled “Right Above It” by Lil Wayne. Drake started off in the performing arts industry, playing roles in productions like the Canadian Show Digrassi & has grown to be very lucrative in a short time. Rick Ross Mixtape 2011
Rick Ross Mixtape 2011…You get it all on this LP from old school gangster hip hop, to the trap, to a mixture of gangster hip-hop and the emo stuff you get with Kanye (and to a particular extent, Jay-Z). He comes at you with one blistering track after another. Okay that is certainly what is good regarding the CD. On the other hand Rick Ross still has an extremely good ways to go with his words. His current lyrical flow is questionable & his expressions could use a lot of work. His metaphors are practically non-existent, and he reminds you where Jeezy was at when he 1st came out. In time Ross is going to need to get on the level of everyone else in the industry, particularly 50 Cent. Rick Ross Mixtape 2011
Rick Ross Mixtape 2011…In early on 2009 Rick Ross sparked a feud with 50 Cent that turned into one of Hip-Hop’s largest and most personal Hip-hop Beefs ever. Purportedly, 50 Cent had given Rick Ross a weird look at a Rap award program. Without delay, Rick Ross leaked the tune “Mafia Music” mentioning the mother of 50 Cent’s child and how child-support wasn’t getting paid. The remarks weren’t taken kindly by 50 Cent and he replied with his own LP “Officer Ricky”. Rick Ross condescendingly told 50 Cent he had seventy two hours to come back with a better record. This enraged 50 Cent and it escalated to what has never been witnessed in a Rap Battle. 50 Cent did his hysterical tomfoolery on record, but nevertheless he in addition produced lively cartoons drawn of Rick Ross. Where he takes it too far is when he grabbed court documents, put photos of Ross’ mom on the Net, took vacations to outside Rick Ross’ residence, took Ross’ baby mother on shopping trips and even placed her in a pornographic film. All this was in attempt to annihilate Rick Ross’ career and life. Luckily for Ross, not a bit of this mattered to the music buffs that supported great songs. Rick Ross Mixtape 2011
Rick Ross Mixtape 2011…Apparently desperate to distance himself from any affiliation with law enforcement, the rapper Rick Ross has currently denounced as phony images purporting to illustrate him in a previous career as a Florida jail guard. Yet Department of Corrections (DoC) records prove that Rick Ross, whose rap beats feature the Miami gangsta life style and his assumed years of distributing cocaine, did, in reality, work as a correctional officer for 18 months. Ross (real name: William Leonard Roberts) was appointed a prison security in Dec. 1995 at a salary of $22,913.54, based to the below personnel record, which was furnished to TSG by Jo Ellyn Rackleff, a DoC spokesperson. The recording artist’s social security number is a dead ringer for that of the prison guard. Rick Ross Mixtape 2011
Rick Ross Mixtape 2011…Other rap melodies that are in the premiere fifteen best rap music tracks are “Your Love” by Nicki Minaj, “like a G6″ by Far East Movement, that includes Cataracs & Dev, “Just a Dream” by Nelly, “No Hands” by Waka Flocka Flame, spotlighting Roscoe Dash and Walz, “Toot it and Boot It” by YG, “Airplanes” by B.o.B, featuring Hayley Williams, ‘Gucci Time” by Gucci Mane, spotlighting Swizz Beatz, ‘Teach Me How to Dougie” by Cali Swag District, & “Club Can’t Handle Me”, by Flo Rida, showcasing David Guetta. Rick Ross Mixtape 2011