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Rick Ross Stays True to Himself, Drops “Dog Food”

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Rick Ross dropped a brand new record, Dog Food, produced by Lex Luger, which sounds very similar to his 2013 release, “Box Chevy,” produced by D-Rich off of the album Mastermind and presumably a few others in the boss’ catalog. It also conceptually falls in line with a lot of Rozay’s songs, shouting out Miami favorites like Lebron (who is no longer on the Miami Heat, FYI) and the high-end restaurant, Joe’s Stone Crab. Rick Ross fans will love it, as it easily could be off of any project from Rich Forever to Hood Billionaire. Inevitably, it’ll be a great addition to DJ Stevie J’s rotation of Ricky Rozay, Ace Hood and Meek Mill for famed Miami party, LIV on Sunday.

 

Source: HypeTrak

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