Rick Ross is in a celebratory mood with his album Mastermind less than two months away as the MMG rapper showers his fans with a new remix, this time over K. Michelle's "V.S.O.P."
With a bottle of Belaire Rosé in one hand and a beautiful woman in the other, Rozay rips the record with smooth lyricism as he describes a lavish lifestyle where Brink's trucks back up his driveway on the regular. "My phone dead but I make calls/We make money then we make more," he raps with a twinkle in his eye. Ross sounds right at home over Pop & Oak's soulful production, which samples The Chi-Lite's 1974 record "That's How Long." Just Blaze did the same for Jay Z in 2003 on "December 4th" off The Black Album.
Rick Ross' Mastermind will be released December 17.
A lil late nite vibe. New Rozay remix. VSOP! http://t.co/hCDGECEOwg— Mastermind (@rickyrozay) October 31, 2013
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