8 Careers Rick Ross Saved From Failure

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Hate him all you want, but Rick Ross’ career has been pretty stellar. Not only has The Boss proven to be a successful solo artist in the rap circuit, he also has demonstrated his sharp eye for talent. There’s so many artists that have flourished under his wing and that’s because of the fact that he knows how to help his people succeed. Ross has single-handledy helped your favorite artists get their footing right and we have him to thank for that.

Rick Ross giving a salute

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Check Out Which Artists Were Saved By The Boss


Gunplay

Tidal X: MEEK MILL

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Coming up in a city where violence is rampant, Ross handed Gunplay a chance to get his feet wet as a member of Triple C’s. He would then segue into a solo entity and later release his debut album Living Legend.

Wale

“Time Is Illmatic” Opening Night Premiere – 2014 Tribeca Film Festival

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Wale was on the verge of being dropped by his label Interscope after a lackluster performance with his debut album Attention Deficit. Instead of watching Wale wither away into oblivion, Ross saved him and helped him become a formidable artist with MMG.

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