Two weeks after Maybach Music Group landed a partnership with Warner Bros. Records, the hip-hop label's founder, Rick Ross, has announced a May 24 release date for Maybach's first compilation album, "Self Made," on Twitter today (Mar. 10).
The album will feature Ross as well as all of Maybach's recent signees: D.C. rapper Wale, Philadelphia upstart Meek Mill and "Trap Goin' Ham" star Pill. After the Maybach-Warner partnership was announced on Feb. 22, Ross issued a statement saying, "Together we're going to make hit records for years to come."
"Self Made" will likely precede the release of "God Forgives, I Don't," Ross' solo follow-up to his 2010 album "Teflon Don." Next Friday (Mar. 18), Ross kicks off the I Am Still Music tour alongside Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj and Travis Barker.