Rick Ross calls on Nipsey Hussle, E-40, Slim Thug and Fat Joe for this hard record called “Buy Back the Block (Refinance).” This track comes after Renzel announced his forthcoming project, Rather You Than Me.

Each one of these rappers haven been known to spit witty bars with crazy flows and to most, it’s a surprise that the four MCs have linked up for a record to help break out the month of March. The Miami rapper dropped a record in 2016 with Gucci Mane and 2 Chainz called “Buy Back the Block.” Now, he’s refinancing it.

Nipsey Hussle jumped on the first verse and came with that true Westside attitude, rapping, “In my section we getting busy/Operation buy back the sixties/Gentrified the whole inner city/Genocide the whole inner city.”

Rozay decided to close out the record and takes the last verse with, “Fed follow my cars, call me a person of interest/The lord is my witness that I perfect intentions/God is the greatest, he keeps me under surveillance/Powerful statements with such a wonderful cadence.”

Rick Ross has been making a lot of power moves lately. He opened a few more Wingstop establishments and sometime last year, he became an official partner of Checkers/Rallies burger spots. Now he's gearing up to drop his ninth studio LP, Rather You Than Me, his first album since he dropped Black Market in December 2015. 

The Boss released the first single,  “I Think She Like Me," from the project, which features another Westside native Ty Dolla $ign. Soon after, he released a record called "Summer 17." Rather You Than Me is set to drop on March 17.

Check out the new record below. 

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