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Revealed: Why A Rick Ross Album With Drake Could Be On The Way

Why A Rick Ross Album With Drake Could Be On The Way! Rick Ross has revealed that a new collaborative album with Drake is under “serious” consideration. On March 5, Drake dropped his new EP, ‘Scary Hours 2’, out of which the last song on the 3-track project saw the Toronto rapper join forces with Rick Ross on ‘Lemon Pepper Freestyle’.

Now, according to a recent interview with Miasia Symone and MSL Media which you can watch below, the Boss hinted that a further album-length collabo could be in the offing.

When the host wanted to know about the possibility of a joint album project, Ross said: “After our latest release…’Lemon Pepper Freestyle’, we had that conversation and it’s most definitely under serious consideration.”

Last month, former NFL player Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson also alluded to the fact that Drake and Rick Ross were working out something together, in the name of a joint album.

It should be noted that this will not be the first time a Drake and Ross collaborative project is being discussed. Years back, the duo were said to be teaming up on ‘The YOLO Tape’ after Ross coined the phrase on Drake’s ‘Lord Knows’ after which Drake took the idea further running with it on 2012’s ‘The Motto’.

The duo have teamed up on numerous tracks in the past including ‘Stay Schemin” (2012), ‘Aston Martin Music’ (2010), ‘Lord Knows’ (2011), ‘Diced Pineapples’ (2012), ‘Free Spirit’ (2011) among many other tracks.

Last month, Drake issued another update to his on ‘Certified Lover Boy’, his eagerly anticipated 6th studio album.The latest record from the Canadian icon was set for a January 2021 release date but was pushed back following Drake’s knee injury.

During an interview with OVO Sound Radio, Drake confirmed that the album was “currently being chef’d in every way possible” and revealed that he has been working with regular collaborators Noel Cadastre and Noah “40” Shebib.

“I don’t have an exact date, but it’s in the pot and it’s coming soon,” he added.

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