Rick Ross 'Richer Than I Ever Been' Fan Review: Rapper’s 11th album is 'dramatic'

Rick Ross’ 'Richer Than I Ever Been' is the follow up to his 10th album called ‘Port of Miami 2’ that was released in 2019


                            Rick Ross 'Richer Than I Ever Been' Fan Review: Rapper’s 11th album is 'dramatic'
Rick Ross releases his 11th studio album 'Richer Than I Ever Been' (Photo by [email protected])

Rick Ross aka The Boss got the Internet hyped after he dropped his 11th studio album 'Richer Than I Ever Been' on Friday, December 10, 2021. The 45-year-old hip-hop icon was busy promoting his new project on Instagram for the last few weeks while sharing new cover arts and the tracklist of the album. Rick Ross’ brand new project was also released alongside new albums of Tory Lanez and the late Juice WRLD.
 
Rick Ross’ 'Richer Than I Ever Been' is the follow-up to his 10th album called ‘Port of Miami 2’ that was released in 2019. The full-length album of Ross was supported by three singles ‘Act a Fool’, ‘Big Tyme’, and ‘Gold Roses’, and featured rap stalwarts like ‘Meek Mill’, late Nipsey Hussle, Teyana Taylor, and others on the tracklist. Rick Ross’ latest work too features a few interesting collaborations that got the social media users jump with excitement.
 
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Rick Ross drops new album 'Richer Than I Ever Been'

Rick Ross’ latest studio effort is stacked with 10 songs and features artists like 21 Savage, Jazmine Sullivan, The-Dream, and Willy Falcon. The album also includes appearances from Benny The Butcher, Wale, Future, Yungeen Ace, Major Nine, and Blxst. With an intention to hype the album, the Florida native earlier released ‘Outlawz’ with 21 Savage and Jazmine Sullivan, as well as ‘Little Havana’ with The-Dream and Willy Falcon.
 
The ‘Rich Forever’ hitmaker was earlier mocked on the Internet over the cover art of his new album. He had earlier shared an artwork that featured him wearing a pink fedora and a crisp white cape with a diamond-encrusted brooch pinned to his chest. The rapper was seen hiding his face behind white leather driving gloves that he teamed up with a stunning ring. The Internet joked about the cover saying it looked as if a grandmother headed to church for Easter Sunday instead of a portrait of a successful rapper. While sharing the release of the album, Rick Ross then shared a new artwork that seemed similar to a lot of his earlier album cover arts. You can stream the rapper’s new album here.



 

Tracklist

 
1. ‘Little Havana’ featuring Willie Falcon & The-Dream
2. ‘The Pulitzer’
3. ‘Rapper Estates’ featuring Benny The Butcher
4. ‘Marathon’
5. ‘Warm Words In A Cold World’ featuring Wale & Future
6. ‘Wiggle’ featuring Dreamdoll
7. ‘Can’t Be Broke’ featuring Yungeen Ace & Major Nine
8. ‘Made It Out Alive’ featuring Blxst
9. ‘Outlawz’ featuring Jazmine Sullivan & 21 Savage
10. ‘Imperial High'



 

 

‘Rick Ross s**t is masterful’, claims Twitter

The loyal fans of Rick Ross took to Twitter to share their valuable opinion on rapper’s 11th album. “Skimmin through this Rick Ross album before this concert starts. Tell me any rapper that picks better beats than Ross. He never misses on the production ever. Most consistent in the game easily”, said one fan as another posted, “Rick Ross definitely keep this name in the picture for real.”
 
One music lover stated, “4 songs into the Rick Ross and I feel so opulent.” Another user tweeted, “Rick Ross is truly a special artist.”  One user shared, “Rick Ross music always feels so cinematic and dramatic”, as another chimed in, “Rick Ross s**t is masterful.” The next one tweeted, “That all white Rick Ross cover was better than the s**t he changed it to.” And, another concluded, “Rick Ross never miss man.”



 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 

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