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Trilla (Bonus Track Version)

Rick Ross

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iTunes Editors’ Notes

Rick Ross has remained faithful to the immortal gangster parable of Scarface, a story set in his hometown of Miami. Like Tony Montana, Ross favors the gaudy and the exorbitant over the subtle and the clever, but he also shares something deeper with Pacino’s monomaniacal hustler: his ruthless cunning. From its list of superstar cameos to its pack of top-sheld producers, Trilla is an album designed to succeed at any cost. To bask in the opulence of “This is the Life” or “Luxury Tax” is to imagine oneself a boss, overseeing a kingdom from the roof of a Miami mini-palace. While Ross’s modus operandi is extravagance beyond all reasonable imagination, Trilla throws its audience a couple of outstanding curveballs. On the J.R. Rotem-produced “The Boss,” synthesizers are indistinguishable from human voices, and the song’s undulating, otherwordly tones make for a mood that is as haunted as it is fearless. In “Money Make Me Come,” sex, drugs, and money are folded into a single potent obsession; a culmination of sin and sleaze, the song is Ross’s truest moment to date.

Customer Reviews

Trillaaaa

dang, the boss is back. this album i think def is much better then his previous album. the only songs that were in my opinion any good were hustlin and push it. there were a few others that were decent but nothing amazing this album has some really hard hitting beats,that kind of sound like something that would be on a kanye or jay-z album. featuring appearences by t-pain, lil wayne, jay- z, and nelly this album has alot to offer to those with a more main stream taste, or just looking for a great album with some nice street anthems. tracks to download -speedin -the boss -all i have in this world -here i am -maybach music -reppin my city - you know what just buy the whole album, seriously the beats on these songs are incredible and rick ross has deff improoved alot. almost every track is fire. the only problem i have is the dj kahled interlude nobody wants to hear this fool talk.

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Am I the only one tired of hearing the same boring drug dealer fairytales? The production on here has been wasted with more of the same simple garbage. Boooooo!

Wow

I am shocked, this is a great album, nothing that I expected, its way beyond that. Hes got some pretty damn good lyrics in here

Biography

Born: 1977 in Carol City, FL

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Tattooed with pictures of AK-47s, Miami's 6', 300-pound rap figure known as Rick Ross embraced his city's reputation for drug trafficking on his debut single, "Hustlin'," in 2006. While Atlanta and Houston artists were establishing their cities as Southern strongholds, Ross aimed at putting Miami back in rap's national spotlight. Ross, real name William Roberts, grew up in Carol City, Florida, an impoverished northern suburb of Miami. Influenced by artists like Luther Campbell and the Notorious B.I.G.,...
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