Rick Ross “Santorini Greece,” DJ Kay Slay ft. Papoose, Mysonne, and AZ “Story Of My Life” & More | Daily Visuals 9.14.17

In case you ain’t know, Rick Ross does things big, b.

For his video to “Santorini Greece,” the Bawse heads overseas to the island in the Aegean sea where he kicks a confession in a old church and has a few women give him a much needed massage on a yacht. Most rappers would’ve just went to a Greek restaurant, but y’all know Ross spares no expense to let everyone know he’s that dude.

Back in Brooklyn DJ Kay Slay brings together some OG’s when he has Papoose, Mysonne and AZ kick some of that good ol’ block flavor in the clip to “Story of My Life.”

Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Trae Tha Truth, DJ Envy featuring Fetty Wap and DJ Slink, and more.

RICK ROSS – “SANTORINI GREECE”

DJ KAY SLAY FT. PAPOOSE, MAYSONNE & AZ – “STORY OF MY LIFE”

TRAE THA TRUTH – “TRYING TO FIGURE IT OUT (HOUSTON HURRICANE HARVEY DEDICATION)”

DJ ENVY FT. FETTY WAP & DJ SLIINK – “TEXT UR NUMBER”

RICH THE KID – “COOKIES & SHERBERT”

MADCHILD – “CORLEONE”

SYLVAN LACUE – “SELFISH”

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Rick Ross ft. Meek Mill & Anthony Hamilton “Lamborghini Doors,” Tyga ft. Honey Cocaine “Nann N*gga” & More | Daily Visuals 9.1.17

Meek Mill was recently seen on stage with 50 Cent and that in turn led to an ominous tweet from Fif’s old rival, Rick Ross, but from the look of things maybe it was a big ol’ nothing burger.

In the visuals to the Anthony Hamilton featured “Lamborghini Doors,” Rozay and Meek Mill couldn’t seem more chummier as they floss their riches whenever Ross isn’t taking the speed boat for a spin around the lovely waters of Miami.

Tyga meanwhile seems like he doesn’t need his sugar mama Kylie Jenner anymore as his clip to “Nann N*gga” features some exceptional models, some flashing lights, and a Bentley that may or may not be up for repossession. We kid we kid.

Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Audio Push, Nitty Scott, and more.

RICK ROSS FT. MEEK MILL & ANTHONY HAMILTON – “LAMBORGHINI DOORS”

TYGA FT. HONEY COCAINE – “NANN N*GGA”

AUDIO PUSH – “STAY”

NITTY SCOTT – “LA DIASPORA”

JAEO DRAFTPICK – “LAST ONE”

JORJA SMITH & PREDITAH – “ON MY MIND”

MADEINTYO – “LOSE IT”

F.Y.I. – “THESE THE TIMES”

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Rick Ross In His Feelings Over Meek Mill & 50 Cent Breaking Bread?

Rick Ross and his feud with the eternally petty 50 Cent hasn’t dominated the news hits for either artist, but a tweet from the Maybach Music Group boss might suggest there’s a new wave going. On Sunday, Rozay posted a tweet that seemed to suggest he wasn’t feeling the fact his artist Meek Mill and Fif recently rocked the stage in Miami together.

Last Friday in Las Vegas, Houston Rockets All-Star James Harden hosted a star-studded bash for his 27th birthday that featured 50 Cent, Meek Mill, Chance The Rapper, Young Jeezy, and Trey Songz in the surprise show. At one point during the set, Mill joined Fif onstage to perform the opening and title cut from his 2012 debut studio album Dreams and Nightmares according to a Hot New Hip Hop report.

Ross’ tweet could have been about anything, but there seemed to be an edge to the words.

“When you switch sides, you better stay there, Ross tweeted. Yikes.

It could just be a coincidental case but Rick Ross is a man that values loyalty over everything so maybe there’s more to come from this ominous jab in the dark.

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DJ Kay Slay ft. Rick Ross, 2 Chainz & Meet Sims “Wild One,” Kool G Rap ft. Lil Fame & Freeway “Wise Guys” & More | Daily Visuals 8.25.17

It’s been a hot minute since DJ Kay Slay’s been providing commotion for the streets with his mixtapes and tracks, but today the Drama King comes back ready to reclaim his throne.

Linking up with Rick Ross, 2 Chainz and Meet Sims for the clip to “Wild One” where each rapper holds down their individual square before Slay meets up with Papoose to give a sneak peek of his next project.

Keeping up with OG’s in the game, Kool G Rap, M.O.P.’s Lil Fame, and Freeway remind everyone that real G’s do real things in the visuals to “Wise Guys.”

Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from The Dream featuring Fabolous, Chris Brown, and more.

DJ KAY SLAY FT. RICK ROSS, 2 CHAINZ & MEET SIMS – “WILD ONE”

KOOL G RAP FT. LIL FAME & FREEWAY – “WISE GUYS”

THE DREAM FT. FABOLOUS – “SUMMER BODY”

CHRIS BROWN – “PILLS & AUTOMOBILES”

QUALITY CONTROL FT. QUAVO, OFFSET & TAKEOFF – “TOO HOTTY”

MIGUEL FT. TRAVIS SCOTT – “SKY WALKER”

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East Coast REMIX (feat. Busta Rhymes, A$AP Rocky, Dave East, French Montana, Rick Ross & Snoop Dogg) – A$AP Ferg

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A$AP Ferg ft. Everybody, Rick Ross & Snoop Dogg “East Coast Remix,” Kurupt & Fredwreck “Inferno” & More | Daily Visuals 8.11.17

Well it ain’t the A$ AP Mob but it’s a mob of rappers nonetheless.

A$ AP Ferg’s been putting in that work as of late and for his dark visuals to “East Coast Remix” puts together an all-star cast of rappers including Busta Rhyme, French Montana, Rick Ross, Dave East, and Snoop Dogg. Wait, ain’t Snoop from the West though? Whatever. It’s all love.

Speaking of the West, Kurupt and Frewreck get on the mic and give everyone a good reminder that microphones used to be a weapon of choice for battle rappers in the clip to “Inferno.”

Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Rich Homie Quan, Jevon Doe, and more.

A$ AP FERG FT. BUSTA RHYMES, DAVE EAST, FRENCH MONTANA, RICK ROSS, SNOOP DOGG & A$ AP ROCKY – “EAST COAST REMIX”

KURUPT & FREDWRECK – “INFERNO”

RICH HOMIE QUAN – “GAMBLE”

JEVON DOE – “ANGELS PROTECTING ME”

CALEB BROWN – “RIP CHAD BUTLER”

T-SHYNE Ft. SLIM JXMMI & JUICY J – “GET BACK”

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Freeway Rick Ross Calls Out John Singleton For Being Excluded Out Of Snowfall

Add Freeway Rick Ross to the list of people questioning John Singleton’s directorial vision. The former drug kingpin is calling out the director for leaving him out of Snowfall.

Known for running one of the most notable narcotics organizations in the 1980’s, his infamous moniker saw a resurgence in the new millennium via rappers Freeway and Rick Ross. While his copyright infringement lawsuit against the Maybach Music Group boss was eventually dismissed, Freeway Ricky has lent his expertise to several media projects.

Produced by John Singleton, FX’s newest show Snowfall depicts crack cocaine’s early beginnings in the Los Angeles area. In a recent sit down with HipHopDX, the former kingpin denounced the show citing that he was never consulted even though he talked in depth about his story with the Poetic Justice director.

 “John [Singleton] he bought my book. He knows me very well and that he would do a [sic] movie about crack in the 80s and not come consult with me. Me and him had lunch together before he talked about the story. That he would go out and do a [project] of this nature. It was kind of like a slap in the face,”

Ross also questioned the validity of the show’s accuracy and overall narrative.

“He didn’t [mention anything about Snowfall when we met] I read about it in the newspaper. Matter fact when I met with The Weinsteins’ Company, one of the things that they were concerned about was him doing Snowfall because it’s so closely related but lucky for me everyone knows it’s not the real story. It’s far from the real story and I’ve been getting good feedback from a lot of people saying that the story was far-fetched and almost unbelievable it’s so fake.”

It seems Singleton has felt the heat as Ricky asserts that Singleton’s team has indeed reached out saying “his people have reached out and said that they wanted to talk to me but it’s after the fact you know? The first season is already shot.”

In addition to his gripe with Snowfall, Ross also shared how he originally introduced Michael “Harry O” Harris to Suge Knight—the long forgotten investor who initially funded Death Row Records.

“I was there the first day that Harry O and Suge met. Me and Harry O were cellies. I can even tell you how the whole thing [happened] and why. Harry was doing a record on his wife Lydia. [She] wanted to be a singer so he was producing her and he had started me on reading magazines when I got in. So I’m reading one of the magazines and I saw that Dr. Dre and Eazy-E were on bad terms and so Harry is doing a record on his wife Lydia and I was like ‘Why don’t you have Dr. Dre produce one of her tracks?’ That would be the wise thing to do. Him and Eazy is having problems right now. He probably needs money. So Harry said ‘That’s a good idea.’ So immediately he started making phone calls. He wanted to get in touch with Ron Brown, who knew Suge and hooked up. Next thing I know they were forming a record label together.”

You can view the interview in its entirety here.

Via HipHopDX

Photo: WENN.com

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Rick Ross: I Can’t Sign Female Rappers! I Would F–k Them!

Having your own business is a good thing. It gives you a lot of control over several things to do with said business. 

For people like Rick Ross, it gives him the ability to have creative control over his music. 

But that’s not all.

It also allows him to pick and choose who he does business with, and in a new interview, it’s clear he has to be picky, or he runs the risk of being on the receiving end of some lawsuits. 

The rapper is appearing on VH1’s reality series, Signed, and he opened up about what you have to be like to snag a lucrative recording contract with him. 

“When I’m looking for artists, I’m really just looking for something that I’ve never seen, first and foremost,” he said.

“If it’s something that’s unique, that’s something that’s in demand. After that, I want to see that hunger. I just need to see that hunger, you know what I mean?”

“Because I’ve seen artists that have maybe less talent but more drive make it to the top first, you know what I mean? To me, that’s extremely important. Once you show me something unique, and you show me that hunger, Double-M G is ready to rock.”

Basically, it’s the category people would fall into if they were looking for a record deal, host, Angela Yee noticed that the label had signed a grand total of zero females, and Rick had the most horrible response to her perfectly valid question. 

“You know, I never did it because I always thought, like, I would end up f–king the female rapper and f–king the business up. I’m so focused on my business. I gotta be honest with you,” the record executive said while trying to keep a straight face.

Surely, if he was “so focused” on the business, he would be able to keep things strictly professional. 

“She’s lookin’ good, I’m spending so much money on her photo shoots—I gotta f–k a couple times.”

We’re all for honesty here, but that has got to be the most bizarre and downright terrible reason for not letting females have a contract with him. 

He went one step further and essentially told Angela that he would hit bone town with her if she were to be lucky enough to wind up with him. 

“Like, if I signed you or something, I would have to…,” he said.

“Shut up,” Yee said with a laugh, but she was clearly frustrated by the lack of female presence at the label and rightfully so. 

Yee then said that he had a good working relationship with fellow rapper, Trina, in the past. 

“She’s most definitely somebody I would love to have, vibe with on that level,” he said, “but she had a situation with somebody that was a big homie in my city, one of my big-time homies, one of the big homies…I’m just one of those dudes. If you rock with one of my homies, you know, cool. Imma spare you.”

With Trina, he added, “I was able to just focus on the music and the records.”  

If he wanted to garner some press for the VH1 series, he definitely accomplished that goal, but he went the complete wrong way about it. 

Instead, he’s essentially offended a lot of people, and proven that he’s a misogynistic pig. Hardly the best way to promote your series and brand, right?

We definitely think a lot less of Rick after his horrible comments, and we’re not the only ones. Rick took to Facebook to apologize for his remarks because he understood they were not the best words to use. 

“I want to address an insensitive comment I made on a very sensitive issue, especially in a minority dominated industry like hip hop,” the rapper wrote.

“My entire empire’s backbone is led by 2 of the strongest people I know and they happen to be women, my mother and sister. The operations wouldn’t run without them and I have the highest regard and respect for women in this industry. I have a daughter myself, my most cherished gift in the world.”

He continued, “My comment is not reflection of my beliefs on the issue. A mistake I regret. I hope to use my mistake, my platform and the community to create positive discussion to implement change on a very important issue. respect for the ones who stand up to say hey that isn’t right. Now it’s time to accept responsibility and all do better.”

“I look forward to continue working with & supporting female artists. my discovery process was documented by vh1 on #signed which premiered last night. Many of the most talented artists you’ll see in the running to be the next #MMG superstars are female artists. I look forward to clarifying my comments through my support.”

Ross concluded, “Thank you to everyone who’s going through the journey with me, we coming out everyday stronger.”

If you want to promote something, don’t single out a gender and say you can’t work with them because you would “f–k” them. 

What do you think about all of this?

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