Cocaine trafficking in South Florida is at an all-time high, and that can only mean one thing. That’s right – Rick Ross is back in the Booth with the first leak off his forthcoming fourth full-length album, Teflon Don. Mafia Music 2, sequel to the Deeper Than Rap street single that dropped almost exactly a year ago, delivers just what the Boss’ longtime fans have come to expect. Though The Olympicks have replaced The Inkredibles behind the boards, the beat here has the same swanky feel as the original, with an added dash of soul courtesy of guest singer Chrisette Michelle. On the lyrical tip, Ross laces his coke-pushing flows with philosophical ponderings on such weighty topics as his own mortality and a certain Young Money femcee’s pubic area: “We all gotta go / My glock hole bigger than Nicki Minaj’ camel-toe.” Is Mafia Music 2 a worthy sequel to its Booth-approved predecessor? If you think so, you’ll want to keep it locked for the latest on Teflon Don, which has yet to receive a solid release date from our friends at Def Jam.
Written by richard on 01/24/10
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