Maybach Music Group, the hip-hop imprint founded by Rick Ross , has announced a partnership with Warner Bros. Records. Maybach also announced its latest signee, Atlanta rapper Pill, earlier today (Feb. 22).
"This deal with Warner Bros. Records has been a long time in the making and I'm confident we've found the best home for Maybach Music," says Ross in a statement. "Together we're going to make hit records for years to come."
The Warner Bros. partnership follows a month which saw rising hip-hop artists like Wale  and Meek Mill sign new deals with Maybach Music. Pill (real name: Tyrone Rivers), who broke out in 2009 with the single "Trap Goin' Ham," is currently prepping his debut album.
Ross is also working on a new full-length, "God Forgives, I Don't," after fourth LP "Teflon Don" produced hit singles like "Aston Martin Music" and "B.M.F. (Blowin' Money Fast)" last year. The rapper will join Lil Wayne , Nicki Minaj  and Travis Barker on the I Am Still Music tour, which kicks off Mar. 18.
- The Juice