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- rick-rossRick Ross’ <em>Mastermind</em> released earlier this week and it is projected to be the No. 1 rap album on the charts. Throughout his discography, Ricky Rozay has been consistent in delivering a well-rounded album after the next. Each of our reviewers has generally felt satisfied with the perfection displayed in every one of his projects. To take a trip down memory lane, we dug into the vaults and gathered the reviews for <em>Port Of Miami</em>, <em>Trilla</em>, <em>Deeper Than Rap</em>, <em>The Albert Anastasia EP</em>, <em>Telfon Don</em>, <em>God Forgives, I Don’t</em>, and <em>Mastermind.</em> Check them out.
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- Rick Ross, Watch
The whole team wins when Rick Ross’ album Mastermind claims the No. 1 spot on the charts.
According to TMZ, last week the Maybach Music Group CEO dropped $250,000 just like a “boss” on six watches at New York City’s Rafaello & Co. He purchased the watches as gifts for some of the artists on his label plus some of the artists featured on his new album.
Some of those fortunate enough to receive one of the pricey Audemars Piguet watches were Meek Mill, Wale and DJ Khaled.—Chris M. Garner