With his sixth album Mastermind in stores now, Rick Ross had a very special sit down with Elliott Wilson for the ever popular CRWN series.

In this first part of this video, Ross speaks on the title of his new album, his collaborations and his controversial line about Trayvon Martin. Ross speaks on his collaboration with Jay Z saying that "The Devil Is A Lie," while an unlikely first single, was put out to create a different feeling than most of his singles. Ross also opens up up again about his head scratching Trayvon Martin lyric on his new album, explaining the pressure that young black males feel in society today. Check out part one of the over 90 minute interview above.

[via RapRadar] 

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