Rick Ross continues to sign young rappers like Will Smith signs autographs, most recently adding Chicago representer Rockie Fresh to the untouchable Maybach empire. For his first official release as a MMG artist, Fresh elects to take his Driving 88 stand out selection You A Lie and remix that motherf**ker with a verse from his new
Bawse Rick Ross. Sorry for the obscenity in that last sentence, I just can’t help myself when a LPeezy beat like that is banging in my headphones, and I know I’m not alone: both Fresh and Ross vow to always keep it realer than a documentary on the mic. Those ready to ride with Rockie can cop his recently released Driving 88 mixtape, keep an ear out for his upcoming Electric Highway album, and check out the man on tour right now.
Written by Nathan S. on 09/19/12
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