News: Rick Ross' "Teflon Don" Star-Studded Tracklisting Leaks
Friday, Jun 25, 2010 11:55PM
The tracklisting for Rick Ross' Teflon Don has reportedly leaked online and shows guest features from Jay-Z, T.I., Diddy and more.
Based on an Amazon UK posting, the album will feature 11 cuts.
1. I'm Not A Star - Rick Ross 2. Free Mason - Rick Ross, Jay-Z 3. Tears Of Joy - Rick Ross, Cee-Lo 4. Maybach Music III - Rick Ross, T.I., Jadakiss, Erykah Badu 5. Live Fast, Die Young - Rick Ross, Kanye West 6. Super High - Rick Ross, Ne-Yo 7. No. 1 - Rick Ross, Trey Songz, Diddy 8. MC Hammer - Rick Ross, Gucci Mane 9. B.M.F. (Blowin' Money Fast) - Rick Ross, Styles P 10. Aston Martin Music - Rick Ross, Drake, Chrisette Michele 11. All The Money In The World - Rick Ross, Raphael Saadiq (Amazon UK)
This week, Ross revealed T.I. would be involved on his new album.
"I had to do it real big with someone I never collaborated with before: Tip," Ross told "Sucker Free" host DJ Envy of T.I. "We got a full orchestra, a live orchestra from the strings on down. It's gonna be a masterpiece. It felt good to work with him. He just came home and got in the lab. He heard the music, he knows the legacy of part one and part two. And I feel like the verse he spits on this record may be one of his hardest verses. It's that 'Rubber Band Man' flow." ("Sucker Free")
Ex-convict Freeway Ricky Ross is reportedly trying to stop the album's release next month.
Ross has officially filed the suit in federal court in California to the tune of $10 million. He claims the Boss stole his name and identity and wants to stop the sale of his album. Along with Ross, the ex-con also names Jay-Z, Def Jam, Universal Music Group and Vivendi in the suit. Ricky reportedly asserts trademark and his rights of publicity in seeking an injunction that would prevent the rapper from using the "Rick Ross" name or releasing any albums using it. He also says that the U.S. Patent and Trademark office has refused to let the rapper trademark the name. (XXL Mag)
Last month, Ross decided to move his project from a June to July release.
"It was a real good move," Ross said about the delay. "I felt like the June 29th was a little too premature, that was the date my homie Diddy was coming out on anyway. And you know that's the homie, so I felt like coming in the early July, middle July was best for me from day one. But it's always good anyway man as long as you're setting up all your pieces up in the right place. You're setting your radio up, you're setting your marketing up, the rest of that sh*t come in place when you got hits." (Rap Radar)
Check out some recent Rick Ross footage below: