In case your Internet got cut off and you are just now getting back to the World Wide World, Rick Ross has been going in over every single beat he can get his hands on for the last couple of months. We would call it jacking for beats, but really it's been serial armed robbery with not as much as a few days going by without Rozay dropping a new remix. So, to put a bow on everything before his new album drops, Ross decided to put them all together in not one but a two-disc mixtape tiled Renzel Remixes.

On the 26-song offering, Ricky tackles everything from Adele's "Hello," to Future and Drake's "Jumpman." He even goes back and catches old bodies going in on 50 Cent's "In Da Club" and The Big Tymers' "No. 1 Stunna." They're all their, plus some extras.

This has all been promotion for his upcoming album Black Market which hits shelves on Dec. 4. The MMG boss man recently revealed the tracklist for the LP which will feature appearances by Nas, DJ Premier, Cee-Lo Green, Future, Mary J. Blige, Mariah Carey, John Legend, Chris Brown and The-Dream. No producers have been revealed for the project, but if history is any indication double R will have some fire production regardless of the names.

While you wait for the Black Market to open. Get a double dose of Rozay, below.