Having already built up much anticipation for Trilla, thanks to several leaked street singles, Rick Ross finally unleashes the first ‘official’ single. Knowing who can assist him with a hit, the Boss once again enlists his Hustlin’ production team The Runners. Add R. Kelly, the same hookman who added hype to The Runners work on Go Getta and All Of The Above, and it’s a wrap! The listener should have no reason to be disappointed as both Ross’ and Kells’ parts have enough power to step up to Dru & Mayne’s futuristic beat. If Speedin’ (or any of the other leaked tracks) are any indicator, Trilla should be one of the more innovative rap albums in recent memory. It drops December 18th.
Written by Burmy on 10/17/07
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