Rick Ross & Smoke DZA Roll Like Superheroes On A Pete Rock Track (Video)

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One of the most exciting collaborations of Smoke DZA & Pete Rock’s 2016 release Don’t Smoke Rock is “Black Superhero Car.” This song pairs Rick Ross over “Chocolate Boy Wonder” production for the first time in his career. Ross, who has long been an advocate of Smoke DZA’s, sounds great alongside the Harlem, New Yorker.

The Babygrande Records LP gets the ultimate visual. Shot in multiple locations, Pete and DZA take that ride in a Maybach, fittingly, as DZA is ultimately on his way to see the M.M.G. honcho. Ross appears on a lush estate to rap his part of the song, which features trademark P.R. background vocals and scratches in the back.

DZA’s longtime homie Big K.R.I.T. makes a cameo in this visual too.

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Previously, DZA and Pete released a visual for the “Limitless” single, featuring Dave East.