Rick Ross will release his album for the year 2021, Richer Than I Ever Been, in December
The waiting is over. Thursday, November 4, 2021, Rick Ross took to his social media accounts to announce that his new album, Richer Than I Ever Been, is scheduled to be released in December. 10.
In addition to this huge announcement was of the album’s first single promotion, “OUTLAWS”, featuring Jazmine Sullivan and 21 Savage, which will drop on Friday, November 12.
“Richer Than I Ever Been” is Ross’s 11th official studio album, the first since August 2019, when Rozay released Port of Miami 2. Every time Ross makes an album available, fans will be reminded of his influence on the genre and his signature lavish production style, which makes his music appealing.
When he revealed the album’s cover featuring stunning photos of him in white a cape along with a white top hat with white gloves, Twitter responded with a variety of hilarious memes.
Although there isn’t an official tracklist of the album yet, it’s safe to presume that there will be some fantastic guest performers, as is typical of the Rick Ross album.
Port of Miami 2 saw Nipsey Hussle, Meek Mill Drake, John Legend, Jeezy, and more appearances. Before 2017’s Rather You Than Me, the album featured songs by Young Thug, Future, Nas and Gucci Mane.
Album is just a little over one month away. However, the single due out this week will provide a great indicator of the standard of the music we can be expecting from the veteran rapper.
In other news, Rick Ross is so loaded that he bought a $1million house just to drive by it, according to XXL.
Rozay, in an interview with Revolt TV’s newest video series Assets Over Liabilities, premiered the previous week on November 4, through YouTube, Ross fleshed out how he built his vast empire via real estate and various business ventures.
Rick Ross revealed that he invested his funds into real estate after securing his first record deal.
“Homes was something I was always fascinated about, so me and my homies started coming up to Atlanta. We used to ride by here all the time,”
“Stop, pull over and just be like goddamn. After I got my deal and my situation, I bought a million-dollar home maybe two minutes from here that I still own that’s right around the corner just so I can ride by it every day while I’m in Atlanta, and that’s what the play was.” he said while discussing his Georgia Man which is dubbed the “The Promised Land”.
The rapper purchased an area of 54,000 square feet situated in Fayetteville, Ga, for $10 million in 2014. According to The Boss, the house is believed to sit on an area of 105 acres and is a popular tourist attraction.