On Wednesday, Rick Ross’ fifth studio album, God Forgives, I Don’t, leaked six days before it was scheduled to drop in stores. Since the album went drip drip, it's been the talk of the Internet (and our GlobalGrind offices).
We can all agree that the album is great, but exactly how good is the project? Is it Ross’ best project? Is it the best rap project of the year? Or, maybe a better question, is it even the best Ross project to drop this year?
Back in January, The Bawse dropped the impressive Rich Forever, a marvelous free mixtape that was the home of such hood classics like "Stay Schemin," "Holy Ghost" and "Triple Beam Dreams." Seven months later and it's still one of the most critically acclaimed pieces of music to drop this year.
So which project was better?
Well, we'll determine together.
Look through our post to see how we break down both albums using these five categories: lyrics, beats, guest appearances, the flow of the album and mainstream appeal. Look through our post and don't forget to come back and vote on our poll.