“I’m trying to bring you into my world,” Rick Ross says on “I Love My B*tches,” the first record he debuted yesterday (Oct. 4) on Hot 97 In Flex We Trust radio show.
Over Just Blaze scapes reminiscent of circa ’01, Ross rhymes of luxury living and his “vixens” in different area codes, “east coast to west coast.”
“I Love My B*tches” is the first of two records the Bawse freed from his upcoming album, “God Forgives, I Don’t,” which he announced will hit shelves Dec. 13. “God Fogives, I Don’t” will feature “the duality of man,” and “two opposing personalities” of Ross, according to Miss Info. The concept reminds me of T.I.‘s Billboard 200 album, “T.I. vs TIP.”
Ross recruits Nicki Minaj for the second release off the night, “You the Boss.” “You the Boss” shows the lover side of the Boss. “All she needs is a boss on my level who provides her every need. All I feign is a queen in my presence. I can hold her until I die, couple g’s in the bezel.”
“I’ll do anything you say, anything cause you’re the boss/ You the boss,” Nicki sings on the hook. Ross wanted to to capitalize on Minaj’s vocals for “You the Boss.” “I wanted to collaborate with Nicki in another way — her breaking down and letting us hear her beautiful voice,” Ross told Funkmaster Flex, according to Rap-Up.com. “I wanted to most definitely go to another level, make sure my sound continued to evolve and just continue to take people somewhere different.”
Rick Ross has begun to think of the video for the Nicki Minaj assisted song, “We gonna shoot that video somewhere in Aspen, Colorado,” Ross told Funkmaster Flex. “Somewhere in the snow. I need that all-white chinchilla. [Nicki Minaj] in a pink chinchilla.”