Rick Ross has shown no signs of slowing down now that it’s Black Market season. After dropping remixes to Adele’s “Hello,” Post Malone’s “White Iverson,” Drake & Future’s “Jumpman” and Yo Gotti’s “Goes Down In The DM,” Rozay drops a remix of “30 For 30,” the final song on Drake and Future’s What A Time To Be Alive.
Along with the remix, Rick Ross debuted the artwork (seen above) for Black Market, which is set to drop December 4. In an interview with Billboard, Ross described the album as a “person to person” record where he recorded and wrote in a lot of “intimate moments.” He said the album would be “Rozay on a higher, intellectual level, just discussing a different array of things.” It seems Ross has zeroed in on emotion for Black Market, which I’m not mad at. His most recent project, Black Dollar, has been one of the better mixtapes of the year that featured raw, no-holds-barred emotion from Rozay, and it turned out well.
Listen to the remix of “30 For 30” below.
The deluxe version of the Black Market cover: