Not only does Rick Ross's Twitter feed remind us that God Forgives, I Don't drops next week, it also updates us each time the MC sparks a fat blunt or drops stacks of money on jewelry, strippers, and steak dinners.
And the latest peak into Miami's hottest record label is currently streaming at Pitchfork.tv on YouTube.
According to Pitchfork, MMG Self Made 2 is a 37-minute documentary that "follows Rick Ross, Wale, Stalley, Meek Mill, Omarion, and other MMG affiliates as they tour New York City during a recent visit in support of their new album Self Made 2, giving a group performance and chatting backstage."
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While all of the aforementioned acts are featured in the black-and-white film, it's Stalley who takes center stage.
The affable Ohio rapper seems to be the most at ease in front of the camera, effortlessly discussing professional sports to the recording process.