Did Rick Ross & Jay Z Make Their Best Collabo Yet? The Devil Is A Lie (Audio)

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For seven years now, Jay Z and Rick Ross have been sharing the booth on various songs, remixes, and posse cuts. Just when 2013 seemed in shut-down mode, the full audio of “The Devil Is A Lie” comes forth. From Rick Ross’s upcoming 2014 Mastermind album, he slams his bars down like dominoes as Jay does what Jay does well: work in the year’s happenings with some bragging and boasting. For Jiggaman purists, this comes in a year that saw a bit of a change from Roc Nation’s founder. This chorus breaks the table.


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