Rick Ross returned to the NBC studios this week for another performance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. But the Boss didn’t hit the stage solo. Young Thug and Wale joined him for a stellar performance of their collaborative track "Trap Trap Trap."
"Trap Trap Trap" was the first promotional single for Ross’ ninth studio album Rather You Than Me, which dropped back in March. In addition to Young Thug and Wale, the project also included features by Gucci Mane, Future, Jeezy, Nas, and Meek Mill.
Ross is having no trouble keeping busy this year. The Fallon appearance comes shortly after Ross made a surprise cameo during DJ Khaled’s set at Coachella. He has also started working on his 10th studio album, which is apparently going to be a sequel to his 2006 debut project Port Of Miami.
"My 10th album before I close out my 10th year will be Port of Miami 2: Born to Kill," Ross said during a recent interview with 103.5 The Beat.
Keep it locked as more information about the project, including its release date, comes through. For now, you check out his performance of "Trap Trap Trap" above.