Stream Rick Ross' New Album 'Black Market'

The Bawse wraps up 2015 with his 8th solo album.

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Rick Ross is wrapping up 2015 with the release of his eighth album, Black Market. Released via Def Jam Records, the deluxe edition boasts 17 songs led by the Chris Brown-powered single “Sorry.” Contributing guests include Mariah Carey, John Legend, Nas, Mary J. Blige, DJ Premier, The-Dream, Future, and Cee-Lo Green. Stream it below and grab your own digital copy over at iTunes.

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