With Rick Ross' fifth solo album, God Forgives, I Don't, dropping yesterday, hip-hop's favorite Bawse has been on straight promotional grind.
One of his stops was Power 106's morning show The Breakfast Club. While there, the rapper talked about everything going on the in the Bawse's life, this included the numerous collabos on the album (Dr. Dre, Ne-Yo and Andre 3000), the recent burglary of his tour bus in Detroit and his legacy in this hip-hop game.
Talking about how he got Dr. Dre to appear on “3 Kings,” Ross reveals that he reached out to The D.O.C., a long time Dre collaborator, to get the song done. He also admitted that he was the one that penned the legendary producer’s verse.
Speaking on “Maybach Music IV” and why he only had Ne-Yo on the song, Ross said he wanted to do something different with the series and he wanted an artist to bring that Michael Jackson vibe.
He also talked about Skyping with Andre 3000 to make “Sixteen” (which he describes as having a "Outkastish" sound.) Another topic discussed was the recent incident where people broke into his bus and stole his X-Box, his Call of Duty video game and his Chick-fil-A!
The interview is nearly 20-minutes but it's jam-packed with cool info. Other topics discussed include the album's title meaning, the current MMG cast of characters and Ross remembering Joseline from her strip club days.
Check it out above!