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Rick Ross Says 'eco-friendly Gucci swimsuit' became inspired via the Golden period of Hip-Hop: unique

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Rick Ross looks primed and ready to liberate his tenth solo album, Port of Miami 2: Born to Kill. last week, the MMG prevalent unleashed his new single "eco-friendly Gucci go well with" with Future, and early Monday morning (June 25), he unveiled the song's visuals.
"I consider this is our favourite collaboration," talked about Ross at the bet Awards Sunday evening (June 24) regarding his new listing with Future. "The exact theory of the checklist came collectively after I had a conversation with Dapper Dan in Harlem and, you be aware of, we had been just speaking about the golden period of hip-hop. I simply instructed him my standpoint as a youngin' looking at Eric B. and Rakim with the Gucci jackets, LL Cool J and The fats Boys, EPMD, and the record goes on."
Ross added: "I advised him the trend all the time performed simply as much part as the song did within the entire film. So, this become simply me giving again to the golden era."
in advance of releasing "eco-friendly Gucci suit," Ross warmed the streets up with "Florida Boy" featuring Kodak Black and T-ache. For the veteran, his hope changed into to pay homage to his home state, whereas additionally giving the streets what they wanted in terms of a fiery record. 
"On that checklist, I definitely did that for the streets," he printed. "I did it for the streets. i wished to go obtainable and feed Florida however with Port of Miami 2, you can predict loads of special issues. We're gonna supply ya'll the 'eco-friendly Gucci go well with' video and then we are going to provide you with extra details. simply know, or not it's much less about me and more about what the streets want on this one. that's what or not it's all about."
Watch "green Gucci suit" below. 

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