Rick Ross Remixes Adele, Drake & 50 Cent For '#RenzelRemizes' Mixtape

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There's no record Rick Ross can't touch. After bombarding timelines with his own versions of popular tracks like Adele's "Hello," Post Malone's "White Iverson" and Drake and Future's "Jumpman," Rozay throws it back to 2003 for a remix of "In Da Club" from his foe, 50 Cent, for the #RenzelRemixes mixtape. 

Adele's 'Hello' Gets Remixed By Rick Ross

Rawse has been putting his pen and mic to work as the two-disc freebie project arrives one week before his eighth album Black Market (due Dec. 4). It's no tall task for the MMG boss, though, who pushed out two albums, Mastermind and Hood Billionaire, last year and dropped the Black Market mixtape this past September. 

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One glance at both tracklists and the man known on Instagram as @richforever proves he has a wealth of bars to share. Break bread with Ross' #RenzelRemixes below. 

Listen to Rick Ross' two-part #RenzelRemixes mixtape here.


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