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Trilla by Rick Ross

Album

Trilla

Rick Ross

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Album

Trilla

Rick Ross

Play on Napster
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Label: Slip 'N Slide / Island Def Jam
Although Rick Ross' second album doesn't have any monster songs like his street anthem "Hustlin'," he shoves the sophomore jinx away with a solid effort featuring magnetic beats from J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, the Runners and J.R. Rotem. With the charisma of a money-gettin' street hustler sitting in a Bentley in a Popeye's parking lot, Ross' persona carries the album. He swagger-splashes the futuristic, spacey "Speedin'" and "Trilla Intro" and fits his husky flow perfectly over the operatic "Maybach Music," which features Jay-Z. It's easy to see why the gangsters who don't die move to Miami.

About This Album

Although Rick Ross' second album doesn't have any monster songs like his street anthem "Hustlin'," he shoves the sophomore jinx away with a solid effort featuring magnetic beats from J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, the Runners and J.R. Rotem. With the charisma of a money-gettin' street hustler sitting in a Bentley in a Popeye's parking lot, Ross' persona carries the album. He swagger-splashes the futuristic, spacey "Speedin'" and "Trilla Intro" and fits his husky flow perfectly over the operatic "Maybach Music," which features Jay-Z. It's easy to see why the gangsters who don't die move to Miami.

Songs

About This Album

Although Rick Ross' second album doesn't have any monster songs like his street anthem "Hustlin'," he shoves the sophomore jinx away with a solid effort featuring magnetic beats from J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, the Runners and J.R. Rotem. With the charisma of a money-gettin' street hustler sitting in a Bentley in a Popeye's parking lot, Ross' persona carries the album. He swagger-splashes the futuristic, spacey "Speedin'" and "Trilla Intro" and fits his husky flow perfectly over the operatic "Maybach Music," which features Jay-Z. It's easy to see why the gangsters who don't die move to Miami.