Less than a week after releasing his ninth album Rather You Than Me, Rick Ross has announced the follow-up.
During an interview with Miami’s 103.5 The Beat (via HHNM), Rozay divulged about his 10th album. “I’m closing out the 10th with the 10th, my 10th album, before I close out my 10th year, it’ll be Port of Miami 2: Born to Kill,” he said.
The Maybach Music Group boss unleashed his debut album Port of Miami back in 2006. It featured his breakout single “Hustlin'” as well as “Push It.”
Last year, Rozay held a 10-year anniversary Port of Miami concert from the actual Port of Miami. “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 said of the concert. “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.”
The Bawse’s ninth album Rather You Than Me is projected to enter the Billboard 200 with 100-105,000 units in its first week of availability, according to HITS Daily Double. That’s well behind Drake’s More Life, which is expected to move 500-550,000 units.