Rick Ross announced on social media to announce that he would be releasing his new album in December 10.
The rapper ,45 years, is set to release his 11th album in a career that spans over 15 years. The Rick Ross Richer Than I’ve Ever Been album will be released on December 10th.
The album will come 2 years after the release of Ross’ last album, Port of Miami 2, which was released in August of 2019. Richer Than I’ve Ever Been will also follow up albums from both other MMG artists, as both Meek Mill and Wale released albums in the last couple of months.
Ross also announced that the first single from the album will be released in a week, on November 12th. The track will be titled, “Outlaws” and will feature Jasmine Sullivan and 21 Savage.
Ross teases that “Richer Than I’ve Ever Been” will be his best album yet.
Rick Ross New Album ‘Richer Than I’ve Ever Been’
“Really I feel this is the best album,” he explains. “I make progress every day. The words I use, the positions I’m in. The things I’m able to say. Some of the stuff I’m saying on the album gon’ separate this album from others. A lot of people are going to say Rozay shouldn’t have did thaaaat. I think I should. Why not? That’s what the game needs. I’m only going to bring what the game needs.” During an early interview on The Bakari Sellers Podcast.
Rozay follows “The game needed a boss like myself,” he continues. “Somebody to give us the perspective of the back of the classroom. The game needed somebody with that ambition and drive after accumulating that much success, wealth. Still collaborating with young, unsigned artists. Still bringing youngsters into the promised land.”