After the fight, it’s the after party. Following Floyd Mayweather, Jr.’s victory over Canelo Alvarez on Saturday, the stars turned up in Las Vegas with parties all over the Strip.
Ciara made a quick trip to the Prada store to grab a fresh pair of kicks before heading to The Bank at the Bellagio. The stylish singer, whose bags didn’t make it onto the plane, put up her dukes while sporting a “Lover Not a Fighter” sweatshirt.
The Ciroc was flowing freely as Diddy (who lost $1 million to Rick Ross in a dice game) hosted an after party at the Palms Pool, with guests including Rozay, Tyga, Bow Wow, and 2 Chainz, who was dressed in all white.
After his star-studded bash in New York, a tuxedo-clad Nas celebrated his actual 40th birthday at a pre-fight party with LL Cool J and Busta Rhymes before heading to TAO for the grand finale.
Rick Ross and his MMG crew are back for a third time with Self Made, Vol. 3. Due Sept. 17, the hip-hop compilation features MMG’s all-stars including Rozay, Meek Mill, Wale, Rockie Fresh, Stalley, and Omarion.
They also reached outside the camp, enlisting J. Cole, Lupe Fiasco, Hit-Boy, French Montana, Fabolous, Pusha T, and the late Lil Snupe.
“This album is more energetic. It’s like a home invasion,” said Ross during his appearance on “106 & Park.” “We’re kicking in the door with the energy and everybody’s coming with their A-game.”
They will celebrate by playing three shows in one day on Sept. 17. Wale will be in North Carolina with J. Cole, Meek Mill has a show in Washington, D.C., and Rick Ross will headline New York’s Gramercy Theatre. The concerts will be live streamed on MMG.TV.
You don’t have to wait until Tuesday to hear the album. All 16 tracks can now be streamed below.
The heat is on. Bun B brings the “Fire” on his new single featuring Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, and Serani. Over a dancehall-infused beat, the Trill OG channels his inner rude boy, 2 Chainz shouts out Mariah Carey and Jim Carrey, and Serani lays down the island-flavored hook.
The Houston rapper’s first album in three years, Trill 4 Life, is due Nov. 12.
Listen to Bun B heat up the streets with his fiery anthem.
It was bound to happen. The catchphrase “You ain’t ’bout that life” has been turned into a street anthem courtesy of Rick Ross, French Montana, Meek Mill, and Diddy. The hip-hop crew boasts about their lavish lifestyle on the boisterous cut off the Self Made, Vol. 3 compilation, due Sept. 17.
The paper chase turns deadly in the cinematic video for “50 Plates,” a cut off the Rich Gang compilation. Birdman and Rick Ross go on a heist, robbing an armored truck at gunpoint and making off with the loot. Ace Hood, Young Breed, and Caskey play accomplices.
MMG is back for a three-peat. On September 17, Rick Ross’ Maybach Music Group will release the third installment in the Self Made series.
The 16-track compilation features the rap collective including Rozay, Meek Mill, Wale, Omarion, Rockie Fresh, Gunplay, and Stalley, plus appearances from J. Cole, Lupe Fiasco, Hit-Boy, French Montana, Fabolous, Pusha T, and the late Lil Snupe.
“This #SelfMade3 by far the Hardest,” tweeted Ross. “#SelfMade series was designed to give tha youngins on the verge of success that last push necessary to take it there. I believe it worked.”