While today is opening day for the release of the highly anticipated Suicide Squad movie, a new squad made their big screen debut today as well. This group is made up of musical heavyweights and a Gotham City culprit. The trio (Rick Ross, Skrillex, and The Joker) came together for the official video to “Purple Lamborghini” by Rick Ross with Skrillex on the beat.
The Joker makes an on screen appearance for the original song from the Suicide Squad soundtrack, even though there is no actual purple Lamborghini in the video, which is the vehicle driven by The Joker in the film.
Check out the new movie tonight, but first, peep the new video by (a much skinnier) Rick Ross, Skrillex, and The Joker below.
The evolution of Rick Ross has been a certified tutorial for those wanting a Boss status. Rozay has shown us this year exactly how to be the “Biggest Bawse” and to finish the year out he gifts us his 8th LP, Black Market. This project by Ross has the potential to be the record of the year. It features some of the best at what they do. On this album Ross get the assist by artists like John Legend, CeeLo Green, Nas, Chris Brown, Mariah Carey, Future, and Mary J. Blige. If those few names alone don’t spark an interest in listening to the album below, you might want to check your pulse.
Black Market further proves the fact that Renzel is in a lane all by himself, but don’t take my word for it. Stream the new album below. You can also purchase the album here.
As we near the release date of Rick Ross’ forthcoming album, Black Market, Renzel continues to fill our ears with new music everyday. Today, Ross takes us back in time as he connects with DJ Clue for a freestyle over The Notorious B.I.G. and Junior Mafia‘s “Get Money.”
Lately Maybach Music Group has seemed almost unstable and loyalty is becoming more of an issue, but one thing is for sure, Rick Ross is setting the bar in Hip Hop right now. Since the release of his Black Dollar mixtape, Rozay has been on a ridiculous run. In preparation of his forthcoming album, Black Market, Ross has been seen at multiple shows, all over media, and remixing everything under the sun. Just this week alone he released the music video for “Bill Gates” while also remixing Future’s hit “Stalk It.”
Today, Rick Ross digs deep and adds a verse to Adele’s comeback smash hit “Hello.” Rozay is really making a lane of his own with this remix. Check out his latest remix below.
Rick Ross continues on with his march for the throne by dropping a 9-minute video for his standout Black Dollar track, “Money Dance”. The Dream featured song takes listeners back to the melodic soulful Ross that stood apart from the competition just a few years ago. Simply put, “Money Dance” is Rozay at his best.
Check out the visual to “Money Dance” below and let us know what you think by connecting with us on Twitter and/or Facebook.
Just a day after dropping “Foreclosures,” Rick Ross blesses us with yet another banger titled “Money Dance.” The track is a collabo with R&B singer-songwriter and producer, The Dream. “Money Dance” is produced by Jake One, and the track is set to appear on Rozay’s upcoming album, Black Dollar, dropping September 3rd.
French Montana’s Mac and Cheese 4 has been on ice for quite some time now, however we have recently been shown signs that French’s sophomore album may be on deck. Today the Coke Boys captain drops a new single titled “Lose It”. The track is produced by Kanye West and The Mekaniks, and it features guest appearances by Rick Ross and Lil Wayne. At this point we are not really sure when this track was recorded because Wayne drops the line “Cash Money till I die,” which we all know is a throwback statement. Regardless of that flashback, the track is fire and the beat is smoking.
Check out the new one by French Montana below…and oh yeah, #FreeRozay.
So far this year we have heard a lot of good music by some of our favorite artists. Included in the best of 2015 is Future’s “Commas,” which is most definitely one of this year’s standout tracks. “Commas” originally appeared on Future’s 2014 mixtape, Monster,and has continued to make waves ever since. Now for your listening pleasures Future has decided to remix the official single.
Future enlists the help of MMG’s Rick Ross and Roc Nation’s Big Sean for the remix. Both emcees blessed the Southside’s instrumental and have officially just added some commas somewhere. The remix doesn’t give us any new verses from Future, but how can you go wrong with adding Big Sean and Rick Ross to your already certified banger? Check out the “Commas” remix below and let us know what you think.