Rick Ross’ ‘Port of Miami 2’ Album to Feature Inspiration From Cities He Visits
It doesn't take too much Rick Ross-listening to find that the larger than life Florida rapper appreciates the art of ambiance. With that in mind, it isn't a surprise to hear that Rozay's next album, Port of Miami 2: Born to Kill, will take inspiration from the cities he's visited as of late.
Using his Twitter account yesterday (July 18), Rozay served up a revealing update on his forthcoming Port of Miami sequel, saying the places he's visited will play a part in his new project.
"Port of Miami 2 will have sprinkles of flavor from all these dope countries/cities I’ve visited in last few months," the rapper wrote. Now all we have to do is listen to his album—when it drops—and ask him a few questions about the places he's visited over the last year or so. This should be fun.
Doing just a bit of cyber-sleuthing, we see that the rapper tweeted out an image of a few beautiful women on the beach. The message attached to the picture is a call to action that seemingly indicates the pic was taken in the Dominican Republic.
"Dominican Republic should be on your bucket list fuck the budget," wrote Rozay in a tweet he posted just before his Port of Miami 2: Born to Kill update.
Peep Rozay's tweets for yourself just below. Watch Ricky's video for his Future-assisted single, "Green Gucci Suit," when you're done.
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