Rick Ross lives large in the video for the Jahlil Beats-produced “Crocodile Python” off his latest album Black Market. But the Feds are watching and they’re out to get him. His every move is being watched. They interrogate his homies to no avail, and he repents in the confessional, but the pastor turns out to be an undercover agent.
“Why they want to stick me for my paper?” asks Rozay.
However, they won’t be able to bring down the Bawse. We see him rapping with pythons around his tatted torso and spraying champagne (Belaire Rosé, of course) in front of detectives.
Black Market, which features appearances from Nas, Mariah Carey, and Chris Brown, is set to debut with 50-55k equivalent album units in its first week.