Rap stars Diddy and Rick Ross have taken their bond to the next level by announcing plans to collaborate on an EP project.
Continuing to label themselves as the “Bugatti Boyz,” Diddy broke the news on the developing project.
“This is coming straight off our EP right here,” Diddy said in a vehicle with Ross as an instrumental played. “We not even doing an album, n*gga, we doing an EP — I got a lot of sh*t on my mind. I got a lot of sh*t I need to get off my chest. [It’s] a lot of sh*t that’s been building up on me, these n*ggas really been going at me for 10 years as I get this money. I don’t give a f*ck though. I’m gonna keep getting this motherf*cking money, keep getting these b*tches — keep doing my thing, I’m like fine wine. I’m doing this all the time.” (P Twitty TV)
In the clip, Diddy also promised to pen half of the project’s rhymes.
Diddy has been palling around with Rick Ross for a while now, but now the two are taking the next step: In a new YouTube video, Diddy announces that he and Ross will be dropping a joint EP under the nom de guerre Bugatti Boyz. (“Bugatti” indicates that they have a lot of money, while “Boyz” suggests that they’re from the streets, and theydon’t care about spelling.) Diddy says he’s going to write “half my own sh*t, and Imma have Ross write the other half.” Sounds good! (New York Mag)
Last month, Diddy and Ross released a track as a duo entitled, “Another One”.
Diddy turns out all the lights in the club and gets dirty on his street single “Another One,” released in conjunction with Rick Ross under the name Bugatti Boyz. Produced by Lil’ Lody, the booming track, which plays like Puff’s answer to “B.M.F. (Blowin’ Money Fast),” sees Diddy holding down the verses and Ross kicking it on the chorus. (Rap-Up)
Aside from their project, Diddy will be dropping his Last Train to Paris LP next month.
“What’s up y’all,” Diddy said in a video. “It’s your boy. I’m about to start doing a lot of Diddy blogging. Last Train to Paris coming out December 14th. December 14th. December 14th. I’m just trying to show off my sh*t, yeah. Check it out, we here, at the video shoot for this joint called ‘Loving You No More,’ Rodney Jerkins produced it. This is how we kick it, super fly n*gga sh*t.” (P Twitty TV)
Check out Diddy & Rick Ross’ video down below: