Rap Genius: Album Review: Rick Ross' God Forgives, I Don't
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by Aarica West
If you've got it, flaunt it; and even if you don't, front like you do. At least, this is what Rick Ross successfully embodies. Although much of what he raps about seems to be a fabricated, fanciful lifestyle, it's clear that Ross has raw, undeniable talent; and enough confidence to show us how "bawse" he is, or claims to be. After dropping his mixtape, Rich Forever, which some regard as the best rap of the year, he's back this summer with the highly anticipated album God Forgives, I Don't. Though it leaked online six days before hitting the stores, Ricky Rozay didn't trip. He took the leak as an opportunity to further promote his fifth studio album. He sent out a slew of tweets which featured hashtags such as, "#GFID Scorsese approved. #GFID Scorsese approved. #GFID."
According to xxlmag.com, this fifteen-track album has eleven features, thirty-seven Maybach Music drops, and a whopping eighty-seven of Rozay's infamous "huuughs". Approaching the album l
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