Rick Ross returns with ‘Outlawz’

New single features Jazmine Sullivan & 21 Savage

Rick Ross unleashes a new single entitled “Outlawz” featuring Jazmine Sullivan & 21 Savage. The track bulldozes the way for the four-time GRAMMY Award-nominated multi-platinum rap icon and Maybach Music Group mastermind to release his anxiously awaited eleventh full-length album, Richer Than I Ever Been, due December 10th via Maybach Music Group/Epic Records.

“Outlawz” busts the down the door with a classic Rozay flow. His muscular delivery bodies the production before 21 Savage rolls through with a menacing cameo offset by a simmering and soaring appearance from soul siren Jazmine Sullivan.

It sets the stage for Richer Than I Ever Been. During the Miami Heat’s home game against the Boston Celtics last Thursday, he personally announced the release date and lit up social media. The album represents a full circle moment for the rap icon. It embodies a new level of excitement for his artistry and life itself. He redefines Rich as far more than money, but more importantly, happiness, health, family, self-reflection, and growth. You can hear it loud and clear on the album.

Ross defines a lifestyle, a mindset, and a culture. The GRAMMY Award-nominated multi-platinum superstar, two-time New York Times-Bestselling author, and business magnate makes everything feel “rich,” eclipsing material wealth and hinting at a much more substantive spirit.

In the wake of his platinum-selling 2006 classic debut Port of Miami, he has notched five GRAMMY Award nominations, scored streams in the billions, picked up dozens of multiplatinum certifications, and logged five No. 1 debuts on the Billboard Top 200.

Most recently, Port of Miami II saw him topple the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums Chart at No. 1 for the fourth time and the Top Rap Albums Chart at No. 1 for the third time. “Gold Roses” [feat. Drake] earned a gold certification and garnered a GRAMMY Award nomination in the category of “Best Rap Song.”

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