Rick Ross Reveals It’s Far From All Good on Crocodile Python (Audio)

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Rick Ross continues to discuss both his highs and his lows in his recent releases. On the latest, “Crocodile Python” from his forthcoming Black Market album (12/4), Ross taps producer Jahlil Beats for the soundtrack. Beats, who produced one of 2014’s Summer anthems with Bobby Shmurda’s “Hot Nigga,” downshifts and provides Ross with a slow and soulful sonic tapestry on which to paint his lyrical pictures.

While Ross still flosses about his life’s riches (jewels, cars, women), he also speaks in detail about some of the problems he’s been facing. He talks about not being able to trust his inner circle, drama with his child’s mother, multimillion dollar lawsuits, and having to wear an ankle bracelet, presumably due to his recent kidnapping and assault charges. It’s continued progression for an MC who many have criticized as being one-dimensional with his lyrical content.

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