Album: We the Best Forever
Label: E1 Records
Producer: T-Minus/Noah "40" Shebib/Nikhil S

Out of the dozens of verse's Ross put out in 2011, this has to be one of his finest. Rozay's flow does have its detractors, but one of its assets is just how well it fits with the mood of a given song. The Boss of All Bosses sounds wounded and just as hazed out as the beat itself. He's still rapping about luxury, but shit may not be so sweet at the top: "Kiss you on ya neck and tell ya everything is great/Even though I'm out on bond I might be facin' 8's." Fantasy and reality collide in Ross' standout verse.