Sometimes it’s difficult to believe that several albums are, well, old. In 2016, Nas’ It Was Written, JAY Z’s Reasonable Doubt and The Fugees’ The Score are 20 years old. CunninLynguists’ A Piece Of Strange and OutKast’s final album Idlewild are 10. Kendrick Lamar’s Section.80 is five.
Today (August 8th) would mark ten years since the arrival of Rick Ross‘ debut album, Port Of Miami. And like many others, he will be celebrating the moment with an anniversary concert.
Going down August 29th, the Port Of Miami will take place at the actual Port of Miami. Because streaming wars, TIDAL X will present and livestream the concert (fortunately, there is no need for a membership to be able to watch it). Performing each song from the project, Rick will likely invite some of the album’s guests — Akon, Lil Wayne, JAY and Jeezy were among the LP’s contributors — to perform alongside with him, as well as his MMG partners.