Rick Ross Is Better Than Supreme With Fabolous, Ma$e & Big K.R.I.T. (Audio)

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Katt Williams opens by explaining the ways of a Mastermind on the remix to Rick Ross’ single, “Supreme.”

Alongside Fabolous, Ma$e, and Big K.R.I.T., the rappers boast their individual brands of braggadocio, lacing their lyrics through the horn-charged production that sports Keith Sweat on the hook. Ross also gives a quick shout out to longtime friend Erick Sermon. It was Sermon who first helped Ross, then Tephlon Da Don, break into the scene by putting him on his album, Erick Onasis, over 14 years ago.

You can find the original version of “Supreme” on Rick Ross’ recently released album, Mastermind.

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