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"And then there’s Rick Ross, right on that cusp." Three of his last four albums have debuted at no. His songs are mostly about selling drugs, having guns, buying watches, driving cars.
He’s on a song called "600 Benz," which is about having a conscience—and a 600 Benz.
Elliott Wilson, the editor of Rap Radar, classifies Ross this way: Right now he’s still technically a street rapper, though just barely.
"Street" means his bread-and-butter demographic is black people, and mostly males. He has started to exhibit the signs of mainstream iconic status—appealing to the full spectrum of teenage boys, culturally curious white people, ironic college kids.
Since I arrived in Atlanta nine hours ago, I have met at least a dozen men at Rick Ross’s house/recording studio, all of whom kind of work for him and are also hoping to get their big break from him. When I arrived this afternoon, Ross was reclining in a cushioned dining chair wearing camouflage cargo shorts, a blindingly white T-shirt, and giant Louis Vuitton sunglasses.
He actually named his record label Maybach Music, after the ultraluxury Mercedes-Benz car line.But despite all this activity, it feels like the house—the sense of industry that’s been ratcheted up for the nine hours I’ve been here—has slipped into standby mode.It occurs to me that it might be the weed, the same way it feels like you’re driving ninety miles an hour when you’re crawling along at five.Basically anyone who listens to rap on the radio sometimes.
"There’s Jay-Z, Kanye, and Wayne—and Eminem is the king of his own domain," Wilson says. If his new record, it’s not because he’s rapping about something new, or at all different from what anyone is rapping about or has rapped about for the last twenty years.She had skin that looked like it smelled good and a face like Whitney Houston in 1987.