The streets are now bumping that Port of Miami II album and Rick Ross is busy making his rounds on the radio and other outlets to promote his project.
In his visit to Hot 97, Rozay talked about the album and his mentality going into it, seeing Meek Mill come home, how he was affected by Meek and Drake beefing and whether “Back 2 Back” was a good battle record or not.
Rozay also spoke on why that Pusha T verse didn’t end up on “Maybach VI,”
What’s so dope about it is both verses were cleared from both parties. But like I said, it was more about the bigger picture. Is this gonna move them two getting together, you know, closer? I’ma take the charge for that. I didn’t feel like this was the time for that. I got the record done. I got Wayne verse first, I got Push verse. I wanted to bring them together either way or at least spark that conversation.”
Ross said it’s not the right time right now, but he wants to be the one to bring the likes of Drizzy, Weezy, Push and Kanye West together on wax.