Maybach Music Group head Rick Ross‘ Self Made, Vol. 3 compilation album is reportedly en route to land on the music sales chart next week.
Based on one-day estimates, the star-studded compilation is expected to sell up to 55,000 copies.
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Ricky Rozay recently spoke on putting together the new MMG release.
“When you see compilations like this, you see longevity. With us, we have people who are on top of their game. But we want to bring more artists into the fold, and give young artists an opportunity to be on the same playing field with us. That in itself speaks volumes to someone at home chasing their dreams.” (Associated Press)
The new project features a handful of hip-hop heavyweight guest features.
01 Lil Snupe Intro (Lil Snupe) 02 Gallardo (Gunplay featuring Trina, Rick Ross & Yo Gotti) 03 The Plug (Meek Mill featuring Omelly) 04 Levels (Meek Mill) 05 Lay It Down (Rick Ross featuring Young Breed& Lil Boosie) 06 Stack on My Belt (Rick Ross featuring Wale & Birdman) 07 Black Grammys (Wale featuring Rockie Fresh, Meek Mill & J. Cole) 08 Coupes/Roses (Stalley) 09 Know You Better (Omarion featuring Fabolous & Pusha T) 10 Say Don’t Go (Omarion) 11 What Ya Used To (Rockie Fresh) 12 The Great Americans (Rick Ross featuring Gunplay, Rockie Fresh & Fabolous) 13 Kilo (Meek Mill featuring Louie V Gutta, French Montana, Yo Gotti & Torch) 14 Poor Decisions (Wale featuring Rick Ross & Lupe Fiasco) 15 Bout That Life (Meek Mill featuring French Montana) 16 God Is Great (Rockie Fresh) Bonus Tracks: 17 My Man 18 Paris (Self Made, Volume 3)
Earlier this summer, Ross talked about putting together new tunes with his Maybach family.
“It just really comes from over time, us collaborating. We have so much music that we all collectively bring to the table that’s really dope to us and a great representation of where we at musically,” Ross said. “It’s just about that excitement and once we get into the studio it’s about who’s going to take it to the next level. It’s that competitive spirit that brings out the best in all of us.” (MTV)