Rick Ross featuring Chris Brown "Sorry" Music Video

Off of Rozay’s next album, ‘Black Market.’

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In preparation for Rick Ross’s upcoming album Black Market, the Boss has rolled out a brand new video for the single “Sorry.” Featuring vocals from Chris Brown, the apologetic record is set at Ross’s own mansion as he goes through issues between his lady and a mistress. You can expect Black Market to release on December 4 while the single “Sorry” is currently available on iTunes and Google Play.

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