While William Roberts II a.k.a. Rick Ross seems to have been continually assailed by medical issues over the past handful of months, it seemingly hasn’t slowed him down one bit. His tenth studio album Port of Miami 2: Born to Kill is scheduled to drop this year and his entrée into the world of male beauty products was even well received, if only for the hilarity of ingredients like champagne and caviar extract. A former corrections officer, Ross’ debut Port of Miami topped the charts in 2006 as Ross’s bossy baritone became a staple of the naughty oughties’ strip clubs and lowriders. None of his albums have failed to debut within the top six of the Billboard 200 chart, so like it or not, he’s a rap icon with plenty of gas left in the tank. At 42 and with a successful Wing Stop franchise to fall back on, Ross continues to entertain and innovate.