Maybach Music Group leader Rick Ross recently talked about putting together his first film, GABOS (Game Ain’t Based on Sympathy), and what rollout he envisions.
In Ricky Rozay’s perspective, his project’s film script should be turned into a possible series.
Inspired by the Netflix series Narcos, Ross’ film, the name of which stands for “Game Ain’t Based on Sympathy,” was originally intended to be a single movie. “I feel it’s too big to be one film,” he says. “I feel we should film it, break it down and make it a series, if we can.” “Writing a film, you can bring it all to life, whether it’s for yourself or another character in a film,” he says. Ross has not detailed when GABOS will be filmed or released. (Rolling Stone)
Ross’ recently released Black Market initial first week sales projections had him in the Top 5 music releases.
Ricky Rozay recently spoke on hip-hop artists using ghostwriters.
“Someone who may have another vision or just ideas that are priceless versus someone who’s like, ’I’m basing my entire career off the words I’m finna tell you right now over this 30-second period.” I’m not speaking to anybody in particular, but let’s say for instance if you was DMX and had a ghostwriter, it’d maybe change the [perception] versus if you was will.i.am. I think that’s more about the music, the records.” (TIME)
Last month, RR treated fans to his upcoming Black Market album track listing.