Maybach Music Group leader Rick Ross wants to see some real change go down in the Sunshine State. Yung Renzel has hit up social media to urge Florida followers to help make history by going out to vote this week.

Ricky Rozay went to Instagram Monday (August 27) and tagged a grip of Florida entertainers from DJ Khaled and Uncle Luke to support black politician Andrew Gillum ahead of Tuesday’s primary election.

Gillum could ultimately cement his legacy as Florida’s first-ever black governor.

Andrew Gillum is on the verge of making history. Gillum, 39, is the mayor of Tallahassee, a husband, a father of three, a FAMU grad– and he’s vying to be the Democratic candidate in Florida’s gubernatorial race. If he wins the general election, he’d be the first Black Governor in the state’s history. For the son of a construction worker and a school bus driver, it’s a classic tale of the American dream, and a new chapter in Gillum’s ambitious political career (he became the youngest person elected to Tallahassee’s City Commission when he was just 23-years-old). (The Grio)

Earlier this month, Ross celebrated the 12-year anniversary of his Port of Miami studio debut.

In May, Ross provided an album update and teased his new collabo would soon drop.

“I am putting the final touches on my new album called the Port of Miami 2,” Ross confirmed to Us. “You should be seeing the new single ‘Green Gucci Suit’ featuring Future. You should be seeing that real soon.” The hitmaker went on to say that he’s “pretty sure” he will address his health complications in his latest music efforts. (Us Weekly)

Port of Miami II Coming! #MMG

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