Earlier tonight, Funkmaster Flex premiered Rick Ross' epic collaboration with Dr. Dre and Jay-Z "3 Kings" on Hot 97, and after blasting it off repeatedly and going on one of his classic rants, Flex got Ross on the phone to speak to him about the making of the record. Ross tells the story during their conversation of how Dr. Dre flew down to Miami to come to his studio, and how they recorded five songs the first night he was there. Ross says of his work with Dre, "You can expect some more big records coming from us." He also explains how he reached out to Jay-Z, and that Hov recorded his verse for the song while he was in another country. But Ross says of "3 Kings," "That's just one of many. God Forgives, I Don't is the biggest and best album of the year." Listen to the full interview below, where he also touches on his recent paternity suit against him that was dropped, Trayvon Martin, and his court battle with Freeway Ricky Ross.

Listen: Rick Ross Calls In To Funkmaster Flex On Hot 97

[via IFWT]