Rick Ross may have spent the past few weeks dishing out feature verses for the likes of DJ Kay Slay, Action Bronson, and Fergie, but now, the rapper is back on the solo tip. On Friday (Sept. 1), Ross released the visual for his Rather You Than Me album cut “Lamborghini Doors,” which finds the rapper and fellow MMG labelmate Meek Mill celebrating the good life the only way they know how: with luxury cars, beautiful women, and stacks of money.
Directed by Ryan Snyder, the lavish visual begins with an enchanting view of the Port of Miami. Ross and his accompanying lady are seated in a vibrantly painted yacht as the rapper splashes through the ocean. In a different setting, the Boss is perched on the front of his white Lamborghini — with the butterfly doors opened — counting his money, as bottles of Ciroc and Belaire make cameos.
Ross connects with his protege later on in the night where Meek delivers celebratory lines like: “Poverty stricken, boy, you gotta be kidding/Living like we hit the lottery, n—a/ I been tipping since Scottie was Pippen, Chad was sipping/ And before I had that bag, I used to bag them b—-es.”
Before unveiling the visual for “Lamborghini Doors,” Ross surprised fans with a new track titled “Jumping Ship,” with an upbeat arrangement with frenetic snyths and an infectious hook.
Watch Rick Ross’ lavish video for “Lamborghini Doors” below and listen to “Jumping Ship” here.