We’re just a little over a week away from finally getting our first listen to Rick Ross’ Black Market album, and the hip hop community can hardly wait to open up their ears. There’s been a lot of talk behind the project, and Ross certainly will have a lot to get off of his chest musically. This week, some snippets from the album were released to the web, giving us a preview of what we can expect from the anticipated Ross album.
We were able to come across the snippets, and we can say with confidence that this is definitely an album you’ll want to add to your playlists. Not only does the MMG head keep up his drug dealer/mafia theme spread throughout the project, but he even gets bold on a track or two. On one of the tracks, Ross vents about the ongoing issues between him and the mother of his song, Tia Hemp. He even takes shots at her by blasting her for not ever having a job, whether they were together or not. It definitely gets real on Black Market.
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The album also has a Nas feature, with the two reuniting on another hard-hitting track that stans will be eating up. It’s definitely reminiscent of the duo’s “Triple Beam Dream”record, as the beat will bring you chills. We still have hope that Ross will be executive-producing a Nas project in the future.
R&B wasn’t completely left out of Ross’ ear for the album, either, as there is definitely some slow jam vibes on the project, aside from his single, “Sorry,” featuring Chris Brown. The ladies won’t feel left out when the fellas are spitting some of Ross’ bars, that prove he has stepped his game up in the last year. The album is definitely not going to disappoint his loyal listeners, and even those who may not be checking for the project.
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