New Rick Ross – “I Love My Bitches” & “You The Boss” f/ Nicki Minaj

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The coolest guy in the whole world, Rick Ross, is preparing to release is forthcoming fifth LP, God Forgives, I Don’t, the follow-up to last year’s critically and commercially embraced Teflon Don. Last night brought us two new teaser tracks from the new album, the appropriately titled “I Love My Bitches” and the Nick Minaj assisted “You The Boss”.

Both tracks are very Rick Ross, something Rick Ross does well. It’s all panache and pastiche, anchored by the MC’s husky baritone flow and beats equal parts sleazy and lush. Listen to “I Love My Bitches” for a more faithful Rick Rossian experience; “You The Boss” clumsily explores the Don’s softer, pudgier side and Minaj unfortunately phones it in.

God Forgives, I Don’t is out December 13. Listen to the new tracks below:

Rick Ross – “I Love My Bitches”

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Listen to “You The Boss” featuring Nicki Minaj here.

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