Rick Ross’ “Deeper Than Rap” Pushed Back, Confirms Label Rep
XXLmag.com has learned that Deeper Than Rap, the highly-anticipated third solo album from Miami rapper Rick Ross has been pushed back.
Originally scheduled to drop on March 24th, a rep for his label, Def Jam Recordings, has confirmed that the disc will be hitting shelves at a later date, without being able to give any further details at press time.
Ross has released several tracks that may be featured on the CD, including the lead single, “Magnificent” with John Legend, “Cigar Music,” “On Top Of The World” with Avery Storm” and “Mafia Music” the song that first sparked his beef with 50 Cent.
Coincidently Fif’s album, Before I Self-Destruct, has also been pushed back. The long delayed project, which was at first slated for a 2008 date, will now not see the light of day until Eminem’s comeback disc Relapse, hits shelves. In an interview with ABC Now the G-Unit honcho said that it should be out in May. – Elan Mancini