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Rick Ross's new album Mastermind came out on Tuesday, and he's been all over the late-night TV circuit for the last few weeks. But he saved the big guns for last night's performance on Arsenio. Doing…   Read Story »
Rick Ross was the musical guest on Late Night With Seth Meyers last night, and sadly, Fred Armisen's house band of '90s indie heavyweights did not back him up. Instead, Ross had his own live band, as…   Read Story »
It feels like it's been a lifetime since word leaked out that the actual backstory of William Leonard Roberts II, since we learned that his real prison-guard past couldn't be further removed from the…   Read Story »
At this point, it doesn't make much sense to call the Mississippi rapper/producer Big K.R.I.T. "underground" anymore. He's on Def Jam, his last album had 2 Chainz on one of its singles, and now he's…   Read Story »
Last week Rick Ross released the Mastermind track "Nobody" as a single, and Tom noted that French Montana's hook repurposes the Notorious B.I.G.'s "You’re Nobody (Til Somebody Kills You)," sending…   Read Story »
Right now, the whole major-label system is such a mess that even A-list rappers have a hell of a time putting out albums. But after months of non-starter first-single attempts and release-date…   Read Story »
"The Devil Is A Lie," Rick Ross's new Jay Z collab, is a harder and more anthemic song than either Ross or Jay has any business making at this late-career date. And last night, appearing on Jimmy…   Read Story »
Rick Ross's Biggie Smalls corpse-humpery levels have always been strong, but they reach record levels with "Nobody," a song from his new album Mastermind. The song is more or less a remake of "You're…   Read Story »
It took Rick Ross a while to put together his new album Mastermind, and of all its prospective early singles, the only one that's going to appear on the proper album is the hard-as-hell Jay Z collab…   Read Story »
I have no idea what the phrase "Oyster Perpetual" means, except that it sounds vaguely luxurious, and that's probably exactly the way Rick Ross means it. "Oyster Perpetual" happens to be the first…   Read Story »