After a lengthy wait, Port of Miami 2 is officially on the way. Rick Ross is gearing up for the sequel of this classic album with his latest single, "BIG TYME."
For this single, Rozay taps Swizz Beatz for a feature but he didn't work on the beat. Instead, Swizz acts like a vocal boxing promoter amping Ross up to attack the dynamic Just Blaze instrumental. And true to the reputation he earned, Ross beats the beat back with clever punchlines that describe wealth in ways that only Rozay can.
"I was washing them dishes now I get the toasts/I'm the talk of them bitches while they sip they mimosas," Ross raps. And just in case that clever, brunch wordplay didn't excite the more gully listeners, Ross starts off the track by hearkening back to the controversial chorus of "BMF."
"She don't want to see it unless it's Moschino," he spits. "It ain't really real until it's a kilo/I just spoke to Meech, I think I'm Pacino."
"BIG TYME" follows the track, "Act A Fool." For that record, Ross proves that major label division can't stop the Double M Empire as he and Wale tag team an instrumental in ways that are reminiscent of MMG's classic Self Made albums.
Listen to "BIG TYME" above.