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Rick Ross on Pace to Drop 27.79 Videos in 2012, Watch the First Six

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Two seizures and an alarmingly high-caloric diet are mere speed bumps on Rick Ross's road to world dominance.

The man does not stop. He's constantly slangin' MMG dick 'round the world, reminding everyone that he's a Boss, a self-made millionaire "selling dope, straight off the iPhone."

Now Rozay has a new video out for his Rich Forever cut, "Swear to God." It's the Boss's sixth video of the year, and we're only 79 days deep into 2012. If he maintains this pace, Ross will drop 27.79 in 20-tweezy.

Check out the first six after the cut.

"Swear to God"

Candy-red paint and the pants to match -- Rick Ross looks like a corrections officer-turned-chart-topping-rapper. Dude's mad blessed. He has "Rose Gold Jesus" hanging by a chunk.

"Yella Diamonds"

Selling dope and guarding Ms. Pacman, Ross does it all in the "Yella Diamonds" video. Aside from the violent depictions of domestic battery against women, we think this video rocks harder than a crackhead.

"Spend It" (Freestyle)

The Boss isn't only dope on his own tracks. Ross also made this 2 Chainz tune his bitch. Most impressively, he does so from the back of a chauffeured Maybach and atop a red shopping cart.

"High Definition"

High-definition music videos don't need pyrotechnics and extravagant sets, just a couple of imports, fine females, and a neatly trimmed beard. Keep stackin' that money to the ceiling, Rozay.

"MMG Untouchable"

As chubsters, we've got nothing but respect for Mr. Ross. Thanks to the boss, we're shooting shirtless videos too. Thanks, Ricky!

"Stay Schemin"

Hundred dollar bills, fancy whips, gold chains -- that shit's dope and all. But the best music video props are always gorgeous cities. God bless you, Miami.

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