Rick Ross is taking fans back to the Port of Miami.
In honor of the 10th anniversary of his debut album, the MMG boss will perform at the actual Port of Miami in Florida. The concert will stream live on TIDAL on Monday, Aug. 29, at 8:30 p.m. ET.
“I wanted to celebrate the 10-year anniversary, and not just with my city, not just with a concert with my city, but I wanted to do something that the world would see and appreciate,” Rozay told Rolling Stone. “So this TIDAL X event, it’s going to be live-streamed globally all around the world. The surprises, you gotta watch. Who coming, you wanna watch.”
Today marks my 1st album 'Port of Miami' 10 year anniversary.
— Yung Rénzél (@rickyrozay) August 8, 2016
According to Rozay, the concert will also feature surprises. “It’s most definitely based around Port of Miami with a few exceptions, and like I said, I wanted to do it as big as possible,” he added. “They shutting down Port of Miami and setting the fucking containers in the way where I could stand on them and the world can see me. Did we pull it off? Of course we did. I’ll be performing at the Port of Miami.”
If things go his way, Renzel says he hopes that the container he raps on is filled with a certain substance that he’s made a career rapping about. “I hope it’s one of the containers filled with cocaaaaine,” he said. “I hope it’s fuckin’ filled with 20 fuckin’ thousand kilos of cocaine and they just sat it there. And we’re gonna rock that motherfucker, man, like I never have. You’re going to be able to see the water in the background. … This’ll be the biggest concert of my life.”
After marking the milestone, Rozay will head back to the studio to work on his ninth album, which is set for release on Epic Records.