Miami rap veteran Rick Ross who celebrates both his 46th birthday and the deluxe release of his 11th studio album, Richer Than I Ever Been album, today, often showcases what Black excellence and opulence looks via daily Instagram posts. He's inspiring a legion of followers to aspire to greatness. There's different levels to his own achievements, which include everything from his 20-year-long music career to more than 20 brand deals. There's also a serious vintage car collection Ross has amassed, which features a selection of impressive vintage whips. The Boss showcases an assortment of his classic automobiles at his 109-room mansion called The Promise Land for XXL as he graces the digital cover of the magazine.

“It’s also a hustler’s side to wantin’ these whips," the Maybach Music Group leader tells XXL. "You gettin’ these cars and it’s cool. Ain’t nothing wrong with just inspiring yourself for your self-gratification, you know, just for your own vibe. But it’s also a business side to it, too. I’m still a student at that.”

Rick Ross was photographed by Zach Wolfe at the Fayetteville, Ga. residence in late January. Bossed up in front of a classic automobile, it's clear Chevys are riding high around The Promise Land, once owned by boxing legend Evander Holyfield. The rapper's passion for old-school muscle began as a kid and has elevated to major investing these days. On the roster today is a 1955 and 1957 Bel Air, 1971 Caprice, 1971 Impala and a 1964 C10 pickup truck

Watch Rick Ross explore his rare cars at The Promise Land below.

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