Last month, Rick Ross released his mixtape Black Dollar. Today, he has announced a full-length follow-up to that release, titled Black Market. It’ll be out this December via Def Jam/Maybach Music. Ross has also shared the record’s first single, a collaboration with Chris Brown called “Sorry”. Listen to it below.
Ross also recently released the vide for “Money Dance”, his collaboration with The-Dream off Black Dollar. Check that out below as well.
Rick Ross’ last full album was last year’s Mastermind.
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