Though his junior album, Deeper Than Rap, was released more than four months ago, Rick Ross has still been pushing several tracks off the LP, releasing street videos (Face, Boss Lady) and remixes (Magnificent (Remix), Maybach Music 2.5, Lay Back Pt. 2) along the way. Now, Ross is ending the album’s 8-month promotional run with the release of one last (to our knowledge) remix. Third single All I Really Want owed as much of its success to The-Dream‘s hook and Tricky Stewart‘s production as to Ross’ verses, and this version of the track leaves the former two pieces intact. Twista and Krayzie Bone bring a Midwestern flavor to the revamp with their opening and closing bars, but the (arguable) highlight is Ross’ newly-recorded middle verse. Fans can look forward to another round of hits, remixes, and videos in 2010, when Ross releases senior album Teflon Don.
Written by Burmy on 08/25/09
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