Stream Ross' take on "Gummo," featuring Omelly and Koly P, below:
Last month, Ross performed live for the first time since his brief hospitalization. During the performance at Light nightclub in Las Vegas, Ross send some positive vibes out to Meek Mill, who's currently in jail under heavily criticized circumstances.
"Put your hands in the air if you got love for my brother Meek Mill one time," Ross told the crowd before launching into Meek's 2011 track "Ima Boss." Ross also started a "Free Meek Mill!" chant.
Ross is expected to drop his Port of Miami sequel at some point this year. Ross has promised to go all out with this new batch of songs, as this album will mark his tenth. "I'm digging deep into these joints, these records, these collaborations," he told Tim Westwood back in November. At the time, Ross described the album as being near completion. "I'm at the tail end [of] wrapping the album up, but I still got things in the basket," he said.
T-Pain and Kodak Black joined Ross on his "Florida Boy" single back in February.
Port of Miami 2: Born to Kill follows last year's Rather You Than Me, discussion of which largely revolved around the Chris Rock-featuring "Idols Become Rivals." In the track, Ross rapped candidly about his issues with how Birdman was handling his business.