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Rick Ross Appreciation Thread

Jul 20, 2010 @ 12:30
i don't like this entire album. maybach music 3 sucks balls. >smh
Jul 20, 2010 @ 16:39
^^^
well i would say its better than the second, but not the first
Jul 20, 2010 @ 17:24
Bought the album today, im on 'Free Mason'.. so far so good.

Edit: 'No.1' is pretty good, but it sounds just like Diddy's "Hello Goodmorning" and It would be way better if Diddy wasn't on it. ✖✖✖✖✖ don't even write his own shit...
Jul 20, 2010 @ 17:54
goddamn this shit is getting too much hype. it's good, but not THAT good. ross starts fuckin with puff and everyone hops on his nuts or wut? i vote teflon don for most mediocre "BEST ALBUM OF 2010"

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Jul 20, 2010 @ 17:58
I respect the Bawse. He went from rapping things like
"car smell like blue cheese", and "I fucks pianos", to
not getting slaughtered by Jay Z on a song.
Prawps.
Jul 20, 2010 @ 18:10
'Austin Martin Music' Sounds like 'Light Up' due to Drake's part of the chorus, still a good track.
'All over the world' is a good outro, but Ross shoulda left the Chorus for Raphael... shit is jokes lol.

And this is a really short album, but worth the $10.
Jul 20, 2010 @ 18:10
No comparison unless you're talking about weight.
Rick Ross makes dope ass songs but he's not lyrical as Biggie was


lol ya?
Jul 21, 2010 @ 12:23
Ricky Rozay is stirring up trouble again because of a name, but this time it's because of the name of his album. His album, Teflon Don, was the nickname of mob boss John Gotti and his grandson is speaking out for his grandfather.

Gotti's grandson, Carmine Agnello, said Ricky should have gotten the ok from his family first.

My grandfather paid his dues for that nickname. That was my grandfather's life.

He should have asked for permission. A standup, respectable guy would come and ask 'If I could use the nickname. I think he's a great artist, but you can't just start calling yourself that to sell records ...He wants to go for that whole image, but hey, be yourself.

Agnello also took a quick shot at Ricky.

Only in America can you go from being a corrections officer to calling yourself Teflon Don. (lol)
Jul 21, 2010 @ 12:37
Haters Gon Hate.

Another thing I like about this album is that there is less 'songs for the ladies' on here. I Think "Austin Martin Music" is the only song that can be considered a song for the girls.
Jul 21, 2010 @ 15:52
This is the hardest shit to drop this year, niqqaz better step their bars up.

Don't badmind me.

Jul 21, 2010 @ 17:29
Aston martin music is pure piff


yesssssss *lil b voice* smokeyfacesmokeyfacesmokeyface

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Jul 21, 2010 @ 17:31
This is the hardest shit to drop this year, niqqaz better step their bars up.


El. Oh. El. Do the names Big Boi, The Roots, or Eminem mean anything to you?
Jul 21, 2010 @ 17:57
I wonder if this will go to #1 in the US or Eminem will get another week.
Jul 21, 2010 @ 19:08
El. Oh. El. Do the names Big Boi, The Roots, or Eminem mean anything to you?


Nah they ass, this some straight hood shit that I've been craving to get me hyped.

Don't badmind me.

Jul 22, 2010 @ 01:40
You know, I've liked every ross album up until now. And although I've only given each song one or two shots, I can't say I'm a fan. I just didn't get the solid/hard hitting feeling with any of the songs like some of his other albums (especially beat wise). Maybe if I have it on repeat for a few days some of them will grow on me. But then again, I figure if I have to force it, then it's not that good to begin with. Also, way too many people not named rick ross are on this album. This honestly felt like a mixtape except with slightly not as shitty production value. Just sayin.

Unfortunately, this is a pass for me and I'm pretty dissapointed. I expected more out of this album but alas, here we are. Maybe next time, slugger?
Jul 22, 2010 @ 02:19
its funny how foos hate on ross for being a former C.O and saying he sold coke. Has anyone thought that he could have actually done that? im pretty sure there are plenty of crooked ass people involved with the law longer than him that are still pushing weight currently. this man has what a rapper needs to have a career in this shit, a really good ear for beats, good flow and a command in his voice. stop hating let that boy cook smokeyface.
Jul 22, 2010 @ 10:29
El. Oh. El. Do the names Big Boi, The Roots, or Eminem mean anything to you?


lol rozayyyyy>>>>

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Jul 22, 2010 @ 11:49
lol rozayyyyy>>>>

Sir Luscious Left Foot: Son of Chico Dusty>Distant Relatives>How I Got Over>Recovery>Revolutions Per Minute>Teflon Don.
Jul 22, 2010 @ 12:28
If anybody wants to read a good review on his Teflon Don album you can check it out on my blog

http://bshels.wordpress.com/2010/07/22/album-review-rick-ross-teflon-don/

He did a good job in breaking down each track.
Jul 23, 2010 @ 01:02
Sir Luscious Left Foot: Son of Chico Dusty>Distant Relatives>How I Got Over>Recovery>Revolutions Per Minute>Teflon Don.



You trying too hard ma dude, niqqaz want that hype shit...

Don't badmind me.

Jul 23, 2010 @ 01:16
besides officer Ricky being a fraud, his ear for music is impeccable
Jul 23, 2010 @ 05:21
rick ross is so fake its hilarious
Jul 23, 2010 @ 12:06
rick ross is so fake its hilarious


What that got to do with making a classic album...

Don't badmind me.

Jul 23, 2010 @ 14:36
What that got to do with making a classic album...


I don't know that you can call this album classic by any means, unless our definition of "classic" is completely different.

Also, some would argue authenticity is important. Sure, it's all music and that's fine. Throw some lyrics on some decent beats and you have an album. Portray a certain image and you're even better off with the masses. But hip hop/rap is supposed to be so much more than that.

Look, if you want to talk about drugs and poverty and the struggle (despite not being involved in it to the extent that you claim), that's fine, we get it. But do it in a way that says "this stuff exists"...not in a way that says "I say this stuff not because I care that it exists, but if I'm perceived a certain way then I'm more popular".

It's completely different when you say that I am aware of these issues and I want to make you aware of them so I portray them in my music because it's a great medium to connect to strangers, than to say I used to slang crack on the corners and I run from the police....when you really don't.

Say what you want, just don't front about it.
Jul 23, 2010 @ 15:55
Originally posted by Inactive User
I don't know that you can call this album classic by any means, unless our definition of "classic" is completely different.

Also, some would argue authenticity is important. Sure, it's all music and that's fine. Throw some lyrics on some decent beats and you have an album. Portray a certain image and you're even better off with the masses. But hip hop/rap is supposed to be so much more than that.

Look, if you want to talk about drugs and poverty and the struggle (despite not being involved in it to the extent that you claim), that's fine, we get it. But do it in a way that says "this stuff exists"...not in a way that says "I say this stuff not because I care that it exists, but if I'm perceived a certain way then I'm more popular".

It's completely different when you say that I am aware of these issues and I want to make you aware of them so I portray them in my music because it's a great medium to connect to strangers, than to say I used to slang crack on the corners and I run from the police....when you really don't.

Say what you want, just don't front about it.


Ross being a c.o over shadowed the fact that he was in the streets too. I really don't care what he did, but the wordplay, production etc makes this a classic album.

Don't badmind me.

Jul 23, 2010 @ 16:53
comin from someone who knows about the game.. it sounds like rick ross doesnt know what the fuck hes talkin about. listen to his lyrics.. he only talks vaguely about shit.

listen to a real trapper like jeezy.. he's detailed in describing shit. you can tell hes been in the game
Jul 23, 2010 @ 17:09
Everyone knows Rick Ross hasn't been in the game like that
Jul 23, 2010 @ 21:11
he really shoulve put this on the CD, it would've been perfect.

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Jul 23, 2010 @ 23:00
Ross being a c.o over shadowed the fact that he was in the streets too. I really don't care what he did, but the wordplay, production etc makes this a classic album.


Not to keep this going, and I hope I'm misreading what you wrote, but it sounds like you basically just said I don't care what you say, it's still classic! I don't know why I keep bringing this up, but for some reason the use of the word classic is bugging me out in this situation. Is it classic like a big poppa is classic? Is it classic like nothin but a g thang is classic? Not even close.

Doesn't the fact that he was ever in law enforcement mean he had a strong belief against any and all criminal activity? And if he, ever at any point in time EVER, had a strong belief against any and all criminal activity, then he's basically put up the biggest front ever to sell music.

It's like if Eminem had a happy childhood. Are you telling me that if Eminem didn't have a fucked up life, yet his music stayed exactly the same (themes, lyrics, everything), then it would be no big deal? Or if Dr. Dre didn't roll through the streets of Crenshaw? What if Biggie never slung drugs? I mean these people are products of their environment and all they ever wanted to do was paint a picture for outsiders of their daily lives.

If Rick Ross raps about being a former member of a law enforcement agency, then sure he's cool. Look, if you only care about music and nothing else, then whatever. It's obviously however you want to look at the situation. Ok, I will accept that Rick Ross has made an album that people enjoy listening to (although I disagree with this despite being a former Rick Ross fan). But you can't tell me that dude has lost mad respect and he's basically a front. He is exploiting an idea of a lifestyle that other people actually lived.

And if after all of this, you can look beyond everything and just say fuck it he's got some beats RICKY ROSS WASSUP BITCHES then that's on you. Roll to his music. But like I said in my other post, I feel that hip hop/rap should be more than some shitty lyrics and beats with popular guest artists. But then again, maybe my expectations are too high.

Hip hop is breaking my heart smh

P.S. I think people like drake fucking suck, so maybe I'm just not one of the cool kids these days. *shrug*

P.S.S. this in no way is an attack or anything like that to Dyo or anybody who is still a Rick Ross fan. I really don't want to seem like a big internet tough guy or anything hahaha. I guess I'm just sort of confused as to why some these issues aren't as big of a deal and want to spark a conversation about it. Have we really come to a point where things like being legit just don't matter anymore? And as long as it's got some guest artists (who by the way also suck but for whatever reason are just popular coughdiddycough), and it's on the radio, we can call it "classic"?

Originally posted by Inactive User
Everyone knows Rick Ross hasn't been in the game like that


And if this is actually the case, which it seems to be, then I'm even more confused. Like, do people just not give a fuck anymore? I feel like music is the new reality tv. People just love shit for whatever reason.
Jul 23, 2010 @ 23:05
no CO really wants to be a fucking CO unless you're completely fucked in the head. it's a shitty ass job that most people take because they have few other options.

plus its a possibility he was a crooked CO that sold drugs through there, i'm sure many of them do.

you make alot of good points, but either way i still fuck with ross.

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