It's been 11 years since Rick Ross broke out onto the hip-hop world as a solo artist with "Hustlin'," the first single off his debut album Port of Miami, and the Maybach Music Group leader has hardly slowed down since: 8 solo albums, 3 MMG compilations, a handful of mixtapes and an untold number of guest features tell that story plainly. But now, with his 9th album, Rather You Than Me, his first with Epic Records after a decade at Def Jam that drops March 17, Rozay is beginning to write the next chapter in his career.
He's already begun writing the narrative with lead single "I Think She Likes Me" feat. Ty Dolla $ign and the street anthem "Summer '17," and he'll be continuing that promotional run by performing live at Gas Monkey Live on April 13 in Dallas. Doors open at 7:30 p.m., show starts at 9 p.m.