Grammy-winning rapper Lil Wayne, Jay Z, Kanye West, Meek Mill and plenty more of hip-hop superstars are going to help ignite Rick Ross’ Mastermind with guest appearances.
According to a new tracklist, the long-awaited release will come stacked with 16 tracks.
1. “Intro” 2. “Rich Is Gangsta” 3. “Drug Dealers Dream” 4. “Shots Fired” 5. “Nobody” 6. “The Devil Is a Lie” f/ Jay Z 7. “Mafia Music III” f/ Sizzla & Mavado 8. “War Ready” f/ Jeezy 9. “What a Shame” 10. “Supreme” 11. “Blk & Wht” 12. “Dope Bitch Skit” 13. “In Vein” f/ The Weeknd 14. “Sanctified” f/ Kanye West & Big Sean 15. “Walkin On Air” f/ Meek Mill 16. “Thug Cry” f/ Lil Wayne Deluxe 17. “Blessings in Disguise” f/ Scarface & Z-Ro 18. “Paradise Lost” 19. “FuckWithMeYouKnowIGotIt” (Reprise) (Mastermind)
This week, Ross announced longtime friend and music mogul Diddy would excecutive produce the release.
“Diddy is one of the greatest producers of all time and someone I respect. He has a proven track record of not only creating hit records but also classic albums. It just made sense for me to have him be a part of this process.” (Statement)
Barring any setbacks, Rozay’s newest solo offering will arrive this March.
Teaming with REVOLT to make the official announcement via a cinematic trailer, the Bawse will be unleashing his biggest album to date on March 4, 2014. The 47-second teaser clip directed by Hype Williams finds the Maybach Music head honcho setting the scene for an LP that many are already expecting to be his sixth consecutive masterpiece. It was around this time last year that Ross announced the title of the album, which was followed by new singles like “Box Chevy” and “No Games,” as well as an 8-city Mastermind Tour. Now with a brand new Jay Z-assisted single currently burning up the airwaves, the Bawse is back to take center position.
In December, the “Bawse” promised his LP would arrive sometime in 2014.
“It’s coming soon. Top of the year. Yeah. I still got to put a few details into it. I got to. Everybody will thank me later. [Guest features?] Bobby Womack. I collaborated with the legendary Bobby Womack. I got in the studio with a few people, man, just to do a lot of different things and it’s gonna be some dope sh*t.”
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