The overnight sensation twelve years in the making, Rick Ross, is finally here. His Def Jam debut album Port of Miami looks to both spread his talent and build a legacy. “I rep Miami, the 305. But my sound goes beyond the city. You can hear everything from UGK to Jay-Z in my music. It’s universal street music. There’s no area code on it,” says Ross. Following up his smash single “Hustlin’,” Ross looks to deliver a knockout punch once again on the album’s second cut, “Push It.” To quote a group who had similar success with a single of the same name, he “pushes it reallll gooood.”
Written by DJ Z on 07/30/06
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Maybach Music/Def Jam
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"Whip It" (2006)
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