Rick Ross defends Drake from music critics and teases a joint album with him.
Rozay doesn’t want to hear anything about people who claim they don’t like Drake’s catalog, and he isn’t going to debate it with them.
Rick Ross has gone on a promotional trip to promote his new book, which he hopes will inspire others. Rozay has been open about The Perfect Day To Boss Up, and Ebro Darden and Peter Rosenberg of Hot 97 are the next to chat with the Florida legend. They talked to Ross about his early days creating raps for other artists, how he overcame a health crisis, and, of course, Rozay’s cameo on Drake’s Certified Lover Boy throughout their conversation.
Fans anticipated to hear Ross rejoin with his longtime collaborator and buddy Rozay, and now Rozay is fanning the fires of rumors of a collaborative project between the two.
Rosenberg asked Ross when a full Rozay and Drizzy record will be released after Ross mentioned working with Drake and Lil Wayne on “You Only Live Twice.”
“There’s a strong possibility that might happen,” Ross remarked. “Of course we’ve had that talk,” says the narrator. Ebro pressed him on whether he had ever sat down with people who were critical of Drake, as Rosenberg acknowledged to being. Rozay declined, claiming that he does not have time to argue people over Drake’s discography.
“It’s great when sh*t is dope. Do you get it? You have to be honest with yourself “he stated “Everyone is free to listen to any musician they want, but when it’s great, it’s dope. Drizzy is a badass. This is the result of witnessing the homie mature and flourish with Weezy and Wayne.”
“That youngster has been managing his business in all the partnerships we made in Miami,” he continued. “We’re not even going to play.” Check out what more Rick Ross had to say, including his desire for another visit by Verzuz.