19 Songs, 1 Hour 17 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Rick Ross’ debut album is a grand introduction to the husky-voiced Miami kingpin and his city’s dark underbelly, and comes loaded with towering trap boomers about risk and reward. “Push It” drives home Rozay’s affinity for Scarface with heavy double entendres and a sample of Paul Engemann’s New Wave theme for the film. But the highlight is “Hustlin’,” a Miami rap classic, with Ross’ deep baritone sounding larger than life—just like the Boss himself.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Rick Ross’ debut album is a grand introduction to the husky-voiced Miami kingpin and his city’s dark underbelly, and comes loaded with towering trap boomers about risk and reward. “Push It” drives home Rozay’s affinity for Scarface with heavy double entendres and a sample of Paul Engemann’s New Wave theme for the film. But the highlight is “Hustlin’,” a Miami rap classic, with Ross’ deep baritone sounding larger than life—just like the Boss himself.

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