Rick Ross may be nearly two decades into his career, but he is showing no signs of slowing down. Just last month, he delivered his 11th studio album, Richer Than I Ever Been, with contributions from The Dream, Benny The Butcher, Wale, Future, 21 Savage, Jazmine Sullivan others. Not to mention, Timbaland, Boi-1da and Don Cannon offered production.
Shortly after delivering his 11th LP, Rick Ross transitioned into television. Starring alongside Queen Latifah, he made his CBS debut on The Equalizer. Playing the role of Gregory “Dilemma” Blickman, Ross attempts to clear his name after he finds himself behind bars. Fortunately, Queen Latifah’s character, Robyn McCall, comes through in the end.
“The Equalizer family is very excited to have legendary rap artist and entrepreneur Rick Ross join us for this episode,” The Equalizer Co-showrunners Andrew W. Marlowe and Terri Edda Miller told Entertainment Weekly.
“He is perfect in this role of a chart-topping hip-hop artist caught up in a world of violence. Ross knocks it out of the park.”
After stepping into the world of television, Rick Ross is back in the studio. Adding to the growing slate of new music, the Miami native is back to deliver the deluxe edition of his 11th studio LP, Richer Than I Ever Been. This time around, Rick Ross adds two new tracks to his latest album. Check out his newest records with AZ and Anderson .Paak below.