Rick Ross kicks off this Saturday morning with a new dope boy's anthem, "Kyrie," named for the Cleveland Cavaliers jersey whose jersey he likes to don when he's "standin' out the roof." Also on the immense track, produced by North Carolina's DP Beats, Rozay namedrops Steph Curry and Irving's teammate LeBron James. He proclaims himself "the youngest n*gga in the US with 100 mill" and asserts his reign over Miami's dope economy, rapping, "My city one big hospice, I could pull the plug."
Earlier this week, Ross jumped on the remix of Solange's single "Cranes in the Sky," and he shared a politically rousing video to "Free Enterprise," a track off his last album, Black Market, released almost a year ago. He hasn't released a project since, so perhaps "Kyrie" signals that Rozay's heading for a big score before the year's up.
Bitches screamin' for me like Beyonce
Work jumpin' out the gym like it's LeBron James
This other type of money even make me nervous
I'm standin' out the roof, jersey Kyrie Irving