Rick Ross

During a special press conference in New York City's Eventi Hotel on Wednesday (May 2), Rick Ross announced the signing of Omarion to his Maybach Music Group. The R&B star and former B2K member will now be known as Maybach O. Well, O-kay. While XXL isn't mad at the signing, the staff can't help but think that Rozay could have gone a different direction altogether. Here, XXL lists five other R&B crooners that the Bawse could have brought into the MMG fold. HUUNH! —XXL Staff (@XXLStaff)


Ronald Isley

Imagine a 2012 version of "Contagious." But instead of finding R. Kelly in bed with his wife, Mr. Biggs would discover the Bawse putting in work between the sheets. Biggs: What the hell is going on between the sheets in my home? Rowse: HUUNH?! The drama would be incredible!


Tony Sunshine

The former Terror Squad member is the type to dish out a beating, while still being able to finesse the panties off your girl. MMG would appreciate his ambition.


Ray J

"Indoor pool, outdoor pool/Talkin' Ray J moves," Rozay spit on "You The Boss." So, the respect is already there. Ray J is definitely a team player too. Everybody seen what he did to impress the Money Team and he wasn't even an official member. Now, just imagine how he'd rep if actually inked to MMG. Movie.



Was there a smoother R&B cat around than D'Angelo back in the '90s? Rozay's touch could revive the same dude who delivered hits like "Brown Sugar" and "Lady" and get him back in fighting shape. And if D'Angelo doesn't want to get back in shape, MMG got plenty of the finest seafood to feed him with.


Lyfe Jennings

Truth be told: Lyfe Jennings is way more gangsta than a lot of rappers. The dude did fire off gunshots in the air outside where he thought his then-girlfriend was laying. That's partly why he's still in prison. But aside from his definite G, Lyfe could flat out sing. A Lyfe Jennings-MMG collabo? Must be nice.