"You know, a show like this is what I love the most," Ross said of his performance. "I love when it's really intimate, when I can see the reaction of the words that I'm saying. I can see my fans rapping along with me. This is usually when I pull out the records that mean the most to me."
Via the video up top, check out an exclusive clip of Ross performing his 2006 smash "Hustlin'." The full special, hosted by KROQ's Ted Stryker, premieres March 16 on AT&T Audience Network. For DirecTV subscribers, that'll be channel 239. AT&T U-verse users, meanwhile, will find the special on channel 1114. The performance will also be available for on-demand streaming on DIRECTV NOW at directv.com and uverse.com via the DirecTV app.
Fans should expect Ross' long-awaited Port of Miami sequel Port of Miami 2: Born to Kill to drop soon via Epic Records. Though we don't have a firm release date just yet, DJ Khaled has seemingly been involved with recent studio sessions. In February, Ross released his "Florida Boy" single featuring T-Pain and Kodak Black.
Ross was also recently spotted hanging with Gucci Mane in an Instagram photo captioned "Port of Miami II coming!" Earlier this month, Ross had a health scare that reportedly resulted in hospitalization. Judging by his recent social media activity, Ross is back in top form.