Rick Ross "Speedin" With a New Album

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Since the Bo$$ of the city has a new album out today, it's only right to show Rick Ross some love on CrossFade. His long-awaited album, Trilla, is in stores now so go get it if supporting local artists is important to you. Sure, that's a mixed bag cause Ross probably has more money than BestBuy anyway so it might not seem like he needs your support. But that's bogus. South Florida's music world is at a tipping point right now and the more successful one person's album is saleswise, the better it is for everyone. So go and support the big homey.

Here's a hilarious video of Ross and crew doing what they do.

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