Maybach Music Group’s Rick Ross isn’t ready to consider retirement anytime soon. The hip-hop veteran has announced his immediate follow-up album to Rather You Than Me.

In a new interview, Ricky Rozay said his next LP would pay homage to his 2006 debut Port of Miami.

“I mean, since you mentioned it, since it’s the 10th, I’m closing out the 10th with the 10th. My 10th album before I close out my 10th year it will be Port of Miami 2: Born To Kill. First time [announcing it] and it’s only right. Right here.” (103.5 The Beat)

Ross’ protégé Meek Mill has called his new album release the best LP currently available.

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Rap veteran Fabolous has credited Ross’ new album for creatively inspiring him.

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A few days ago, Slaughterhouse’s Joe Budden gave Rick Ross’ album a strong co-sign.

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