While we sit around and wait, we may as well meddle into her dating history.
It feels like the singer was just making headlines about her tumultuous relationship with her R&B ex yesterday, but that relationship seems to just be a smear in her dating history.
Rick Ross shares the "Same Hoes" with the best of 'em, and he proves it on his first banger of the summer. After showing up on the MMG all-star's collab, "Make It Work," Rozay is back with his first solo track of the year.
It's unclear if it's the lead single off the Black Market follow-up; it is clear that "Same Hoes" is a banger of the most irreverent variety.
Over some climactic club orchestration, Ross names all sorts of rappers and celebrities with whom he shares the "Same Hoes." The list includes Pusha T, Chris Brown, Justin Bieber, and even Steve Harvey.
The track is meant to show that Rozay's been in this game long enough to become Eskimo bros with bosses young and old.
At age 40, and in the best shape of his life, he's still enjoying the cream of the crop. After showing up on the MMG all-star's collab, "Make It Work," Rozay is back with his first solo track of the year.
At age 40, and in the best shape of his life, he's still enjoying the cream of the crop.
Ross has been relatively quiet this year, though that probably means that he's gonna be dropping heat like this all summer.
You have maybe already heard the remixed version of Rihanna's "Birthday Cake" featuring Chris Brown. The original song, which was a mere 78 seconds long, is extended to over four minutes with this new version, which opens with Ricky Rozay's rhymes.
The rest of the track is identical to the original remix, complete with rapping and singing from both Breezy and Ri Ri. /Ophelie SM_ All rights go to their respective owners - I do not own the rights to the music.