Less than 48 hours after Rick Ross‘ God Forgives, I Don’t song listing leaked online, the rap star’s guest features have now surfaced online showing collaborations with Jay-Z, Drake, Andre 3000 and more.
Along with a hefty supply of hip-hop duets, Ricky Rozay also relied on some R&B support for his upcoming LP.
‘Pray For Us’ ‘Pirates’ ‘3 Kings’ (feat. Dr. Dre & Jay-Z) ‘Ashamed’ ‘Maybach’ Music IV (feat. Ne-Yo) ‘Sixteen’ (feat. Andre 3000) ‘Amsterdam’ ‘Hold Me Back’ ‘911’ ‘So Sophisticated’ (feat. Meek Mill) ‘Presidential’ (feat. Elijah Blake) ‘Ice Cold’ (feat. Omarion) ‘Touch’N You’ (feat. Usher) ‘Diced Pineapples’ (feat. Wale & Drake) ‘Ten Jesus Pieces’ (feat. Stalley) (411 Mania)
Over the weekend, Ricky Rozay’s tracklisting landed online.
Having said that, XXLMag.com was able to get a hold of the scheduled tracklist that was made available for the Bawse’s highly-anticipated album. Although there’s no featured guests listed, from initial glance of the tracklist, fans will only be able to recognize three tracks: “Hold Me Back,” “So Sophisticated,” and the Usher-assisted “Touch ‘N You.” The 12 other tracks are all brand new material, including “Maybach Music IV,” Rozay’s long continuing series. Here, is the entire proposed God Forgives, I Don’t tracklist: 1. Pray For Us 2. Pirates 3. 3 Kings 4. Ashamed 5. Maybach Music IV 6. Sixteen 7. Amsterdam 8. Hold Me Back 9. 911 10. So Sophisticated 11. Presidential 12. Ice Cold 13. Touch’N You 14. Diced Pineapples 15. Ten Jesus Pieces (XXL Mag)
Ricky Rozay crowned the LP a hip-hop classic a few days ago.
“Countdown to the Biggest Classic of the Year ?#GODFORGIVESIDONT? has begun… JULY 31!,” he tweeted Saturday (July 7).
“#GFID? Tracklist Next Week!!!!!” (Rick Ross’ Twitter)
Back in May, the “Boss” also promised the project would outshine his previous solo efforts.
“This is my best project yet,” Ross declared, draped in all black and sparkling diamonds while sitting at his MMG press conference, reminiscent of a boss giving orders before his capos. “God Forgives, I Don’t is a very dark story. … It’s extremely lyrical. The music is next level — I’m expecting nothing but the biggest results. The collaborations is gonna surprise a few of you guys. … I think the stories being told on this record is going to make it stand apart from all the other albums I’ve ever done. By the time you get to track two, you gonna understand this is a completely different body of work.” (MTV)
Check out some recent Rick Ross footage below: