Gunplay On Rick Ross’ God Forgives, I Don’t: “Expect To Hear What A Boss Really Is”

“You can expect that God Forgives, I Don’t to sound like Rich Forever,” says MMG’s Gunplay about Rick Ross’ highly-anticipated forthcoming studio album.

Fresh off the acclaim of his recently released mixtape, Bogota Rich: The Prequel, the raucous rapper gave XXLMag.com an idea of what fans can expect from the Bawse’s fifth studio album.

“[You] can expect concept-based records, street records, records for the hoes [and] all that,” he explained. “[Ross is] a genius, he’s an evil genius, and we all know it.

“Overall you’re gonna hear what a Boss really is,” Gunplay added. “You can say you a boss and all that, but show that shit. That’s what the big homie doin’, he showing ya’ll. So expect that. I ride with it like a bike.”

Rozay’s fifth studio album has been experiencing it’s fair share of speculation since the LP’s initial December 13 release date, which was derailed due to the 305 native’s share of reported health scares last year. Since then, the project has been confirmed to feature an appearance by Jay-Z on a track that Ross previously mentioned as being, “The biggest collabo we’ve ever made together,” as well as Dr. Dre, who reportedly has been working in the studio with the Bawse.

It was just earlier this year that the rapper kept the critics and ‘nets abuzz with his larger-than-life Rich Forever mixtape, which has already amounted over 1.3 million downloads and counting. Stay tuned for XXLMag.com’s interview with Gunplay where he speaks further on MMG’s Self Made Vol. 2, working on his Bogota EP, his upcoming escort service and more.—Ralph Bristout

  • yungd

    wack f mixtape sell more then album

  • Jermaine

    Can’t wait to hear the single with Mariah.