Billboard – On his ninth album Rather You Than Me, Rick Ross throws in his usual “BAWSE” drops and rhymes about his Maybach Music empire but there are several lines worth a rewind.
Whether it’s his revealing record “Idols Become Rivals” calling out Birdman (which features an assist from Chris Rock) or the sentimental opener “Apple Of My Eye” featuring Raphael Saadiq, the Miami rapper lets his bars speak for themselves.
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