"Florida Boy" features a Johnny Gill sample and is co-produced by Dougie and Sam Sneak. Stream the video which also includes an appearance by Kodak Black, via YouTube up top and/or grab it on the streaming service of your choice.
Ross' most recent full-length studio project was last year's Rather You Than Me, which made headlines off the strength of the Chris Rock–featuring cut "Idols Become Rivals." Atop Black Metaphor production, Ross opened up about his issues with Birdman over the Cash Money co-founder's handling of the Lil Wayne situation.
The last we heard about Ross' upcoming Port of Miami sequel Born to Kill was an apparent confirmation of involvement from none other than DJ Khaled. In August, Khaled said the album was "in the works."
Though the album doesn't have an official release date just yet, Ross did claim back in November that he's aiming to have it out in early 2018. "I'm digging deep into these joints, these records, these collaborations," Ross told Tim Westwood. "I'm just going all out. It's the 10th one."
The final product, he added, will "really blow people away" because he took the process "further" than usual. "I'm at the tail end wrapping the album up, but I still got things in the basket," Ross said.