Rick Ross to Drop God Forgives, I Don’t on December 13


Rick Ross appeared on Funkmaster Flex’s show on New York radio station Hot 97 earlier tonight (October 4) to drop off two new records from his forthcoming fifth solo album, God Forgives, I Don’t.

During the conversation, the October 2011 XXL cover boy, revealed a December 13 release date for his new disc and showed fans what they could expect to hear from the album. On “You the Boss,” listeners hear Rozay rapping on a laid back, R&B flavored cut with Nicki Minaj singing the auto-tuned chorus. “I Love My Bitches” finds the Miami rapper spitting over a sped up sample chopped up by super producer Just Blaze.

In addition to sharing some of his new music, Rozay also chopped it up with Flex about his beef with Kreayshawn and Young Jeezy. He says his team and the Bay Area rapper’s team have addressed their issue, following Kreay’s diss during a recent freestyle. Concerning his relationship with Jeezy, Ross said that he doesn’t see them resolving their problems anytime soon.

Stay tuned to XXLMag.com as more information on God Forgives, I Don’t. In the meantime be sure to pick up XXL’s October issue featuring Rick Ross and his new Maybach Music Group signees, Wale, Meek Mill and Pill. —Elan Mancini

  • http://xxlmag.com thegameloki

    I”m waiting hope it’s a CLASSIC like DRIZZY and KHALED claim it to be …. PEACE

  • carolcity

    William Leonard Roberts II born January 28 1976 better known by his stage name Rick Ross is a manufactured gangsta rapper
    He graduated high school went to college and spent a year at the historically black college Albany State University in Albany Georgia studying criminal justice
    Then trained and passed as a CO William worked as a CO for 18 months
    Had a clean record untill January 2008
    Ross agreed to perform a wide range of correctional officer duties including shoot an inmate attempting to escape
    These online hackers putting a picture of my face when I was a teenager in high school on other peoples body I’m in the entertainment business
    I grew up in Carol City I went to the same Miami Carol City Senior High School as Rick Ross and Flo-Rida
    The perception which Ross has put forth is that Carol City is the hood full of projects liquor stores gangs Carol City has one little section of low income housing the Matchbox Projects But I say Carol City is not the hood