If your a Rick Ross fan, your definitely going to be excited to know that the Maybach music group head is releasing a brand new studio album titled “Port of Miami 2”.
The name of the album is a nod to his debut album “Port of Miami” which propelled Rick Ross into the superstar and hip hop mogul he is today.
Rick Ross on Instagram hinted the release of the album 3 days ago using the hashtag “Port of Miami 2.”
This announcement comes a couple of days after he released a single with Drake titled “Money in the Grave,” celebrating the Toronto raptors winning the 2019 championships.
It’s been a while since we’ve heard from Rozay maybe he’ll bring back some of that old Rick Ross vibe into the new album and just like Rozay were going to take you back and look through the album that started it all.
Port of Miami was Rick Ross’s first studio album released on August 8th 2006. This album brought us some serious classics like “Hustlin,” “Hustlin (remix)” and “Push it.” The album was originally titled “Carrier criminal” but it was later changed to “Port of Miami” to signify how Miami is a major arrival destination for cocaine shipments to America. Rozay combined with the likes of Jay Z and trap OG Jeezy. The album was such as massive hit it debuted at No.1 on the US billboard 200 selling 187,000 copies within the first week and went on to becoming a platinum selling album.
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