News: Rick Ross Triples Up W/ The Game, Young Jeezy & Gucci Mane For New LP, "We Feed The Street That Corner Energy"
Monday, Sep 21, 2009 1:05PM
Rick Ross has heightened the anticipation for his rap group Triple C's Custom Cars & Cycles album debut by tagging The Game, Young Jeezy and Gucci Mane for guest appearances.
Ross explained what fans could expect to hear from the group's collective efforts.
"We feed the street that corner energy, that corner vibe. It's real big. We doing what we doing," Ross. The foursome release their debut group album, Custom Cars & Cycles, on October 27 with production from newcomers such as the Olympics and Transformers. The Game, Young Jeezy, Gucci Mane and Mack 10 also appear on the record. "Gunplay [is] unorthodox energy. He's uncut. He'll jump off that roof. Torch is much more laid-back. He's much more technical with his flows. Breed is the projects, that's the gutter. He just wanna have on a pair of $150 shoes and show his teeth and bounce around and do it for the Dunk Ryders and the D-boys." (MTV)
He recently snagged Triple C's to appear on his Floyd Mayweather, Jr. diss record and music video, "Go (War Remix)."
"F*ck Floyd Mayweather n*gga," Ross says on the song's intro. "You spoke my name, huh? Yeah. I been handling business the last few weeks p*ssy, but now it's time to feast. Boss. I'm d*cking on a p*ssy/Banking on a mob/You know the rules in Vegas, n*gga, now you owe the mob/Forever getting robbed, Bloods took your jewels/Can't beat the IRS baby boy, just pay your dues/Still making my moves, gotta Saran Wrap it/Pick up all them n*ggas you left at Grand Rapids/Undercover f*ggots, it's Pretty Boy leaning/I got 20 grand --bow down like you should before your a** bow down for good/Can't run forever, Haitians will come and cut off your foot/It's dirty down South, we riding by your mama house..." ("Go (War Remix)")
Ross has also said a collaboration album with Birdman could be possible in the near future.
"[Me and Birdman] have so much music already recorded," Ross said in an interview earlier this month, "so anytime he in the studio in Miami I come through and we stay working. We gonna handle the business on that real soon so that will be coming." (Wild 101.1)
Aside from albums, the "Boss" confirmed recent reports that he was banned from Bermuda and explained his confusion about the British territory's decision to refuse his entrance.
"I don't even know man, I ain't even look into it," Ross said about being banned. "I'm focused on other things but I got news of it...We going out the country to other spots so maybe Bermuda something special maybe. I don't know, y'all let me know. We going over UK, we going to Germany, we going to a few other spots so it's all good. I never been there, so maybe, I don't know. I had a great time in Dubai, they welcomed me there, you know, I spent some good money over there and we had a wonderful time so maybe Bermuda is even more special than that. We gotta look into it. I've never been there though." (On-Air Idiots)
Triple C's debut album is slated to land in stores Tuesday, October 27th.
Check out Rick Ross' Triple C's introduction below: