April 20, 2012 BY Aaron Hope / 20
“I’m the biggest boss in the business: Ricky Rozay, aka Rick Ross.”
There aren’t too many rappers on this planet that can rival the empire built by Miami’s William Roberts, and just like the Bawse’s epic single “Hustlin'” says, he’s been working to expand his reach every single day. Ross’ MMG label has the sneaker game on lock with notable sn’eads Wale and Stalley consistently running ahead of the pack, and now Rick’s own partnership with RBK continues to expand their influence. In three videos you’ll see in full after the jump, Rick Ross discusses the concept of ‘classic’ in relation to his life as well as his partnership with RBK, so check them out and let us know what you’d like to see from a Swizz Beatz x Rick Ross teamup.
Tags: Rick Ross
Straight GABBAGE! Reebok dun got desperate to sell some sneakers by signing hip hop celebrities. They need a lil bit more than celeb hype. Pumps and Iversons are still the best of reebok
reebok got ross nike got kanye adidas got snoop its just business looks like the old school rappers choose adidas
Sad, but true. Dude just had to cancel some shows in Africa because of health problems. Ricky Rosay, needs to get some pointers from Joey Crack. Hate to see the dude go the way of Heavy D, Buffy (the Human Beat Box), or Big Pun. All great rappers gone to early.
Old school rappers go with Puma, still got my BDK Clydes in good shape. B.O.B. is on Adidas Em and 50 both did Reebok MF Doom had an SB Dunk
"All great rappers gone to early." What's that got to do with Rick Ross? He's far, far from a great rapper. He's like a glorified hype man on the mic.
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