Maybach Music Group leader Rick Ross continues to prove his career is much deeper than rap after getting spotted with President Bill Clinton‘s daughter Chelsea Clinton this week.
According to reports, Ricky Rozay rubbed elbows with the former First Daughter at a charity event.
Rick Ross is a mastermind in real life. The Maybach Music Group general posted a picture of him “politicin'” with former POTUS Bill Clinton’s daughter Chelsea Clinton. We don’t know what they were talking about or how they sparked up a conversation, but it’s cool to see Chelsea hanging out with the boss Rick Ross. Rozay and Chelsea were helping raise money for Samsung’s 2013 Hope For Children Gala, so don’t expect to see Chelsea dancing next to Omarion at the next MMG video shoot. (Global Grind)
Outside of politics, the “Boss” has kept busy by putting together new music for the summer.
With three new songs and the drop of Wale’s Rihanna-assisted “Bad” remix, Monday is an exceptional day for the MMG camp. Then again, Ross said they’ve always exhibited a tireless work ethic. “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)
His Maybach Musci Group’s Self Made, Volume 3 album will reportedly drop in early August.
Maybach Music is taking over the summer. In addition to new projects from Wale and Meek Mill, Rick Ross and his crew plan to release the third installment in their Self Made series. Self Made, Vol. 3 will arrive on August 6, according to hip-hop journalist Shaheem Reid. It will feature appearances from MMG’s own Rozay, Wale, Meek Mill, Omarion, Rockie Fresh, Stalley, and more. (Rap-Up)
Last year’s Vol. 2 managed to debut at number four on the sales chart.
Maybach Music Group’s Self Made, Volume 2 debuted on the chart this week at No. 4. With a week under Rick Ross and company’s belt, the LP has moved 98,000 copies. (SOHH Sales Wrap)