Rick Ross Hits Elvis Presley Blvd From His 7th Album, Hood Billionaire (Audio & Video)

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UPDATE: Rick Ross has released the video for Elvis Presley Blvd, included below.

Announcing the title of his seventh studio album, Hood Billionaire, Rick Ross offered his first single “Elvis Presley BLVD.” The song as a double-entendre, seemingly recalling Rawsss’ days of hustling in Memphis, Tennessee, with lots of metaphors for ‘that white.’

Featuring Project Pat, shouting out Playa Fly, the Trap track is certainly more Port Of Miami than God Forgives, I Don’t. Although no release date is set, R.R is presumably eying late 2014 for his second release of the calendar. This year, was the year, after all, that a Rap mogul presumably crossed the billion plateau-none other than Ross’ onetime collaborator Dr. Dre.

Do recall: Ross was famously signed to Memphis-based label Suave House (Tela, 8Ball & MJG, etc.) before joining the Jay-Z led Def Jam regime of the mid-2000s.

Do you think Ross is dissatisfied with the reacting of Mastermind? Do you think he’s just on that 2Pac level of busyness?

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