In November, Rick Ross reported his ninth studio collection, Rather You Than Me. The primary single from the collection is the Ty Dolla $ign-highlighting tune "I Think She Like Me." Stream the track underneath; look down for its Ryan Snyder-coordinated music video. It takes after the as of late discharged Ross tune "Purchase Back the Block," which included 2 Chainz and Gucci Mane. Maybe You Than Me is slated to be discharged not long from now. Ross' last collection, Black Market,
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landed in 2015.
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Rick Ross is outfitting to discharge his tenth studio collection with Rather You Than Me, and penned an open letter to his fans and supporters, clarifying the importance of the accomplishment. The collection will be Ross' first through Epic, his past all discharged by means of Def Jam.
"Maybe You Than Me… 10 years + in this diversion and it has all prompt to this minute appropriate here," he starts. "My whole life I was never given decisions. I needed to make this poo for myself. I had no real option except to manager up, to make it by any methods important, to transform nothing into everything that you find before you today."