Rick Ross and André 3000

André 3000 to Direct Rick Ross' 'Sixteen' Video

  /  08.02.2012

Rick Ross and André 3000

Not only did Rick Ross get André 3000 to guest on “Sixteen” off his latest album God Forgives, I Don’t, he also recruited the elusive rapper to direct the video.

The OutKast member raps and plays the banjo on the J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League-produced record, but he wanted to do more.

“Sometimes in our life, depending on what day it is, a lot of times 16 bars ain’t enough, and he loved the track that much that he went above and beyond,” the Maybach Music boss told MTV News during his appearance on “RapFix Live” on Wednesday.

3 Stacks is currently cooking up ideas for the visuals. “He’s writing the treatment for the video,” said Rozay. “It’s looking real big.”

The Bawse has already released videos for four songs off the album and plans to drop more. “I’ma shoot a video to every record on the album,” he shared. “I don’t believe I can really keep up with that pace with my schedule and making sure the quality is there doing it weekly, but at least every two or three weeks in between I’ll be giving you virals.”


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