- antiMUSICAug 23 05:21 AM
Rick Ross isn't done using his most recent album Hood Billionaire for creative inspiration--he just premiered a new video for the song 'Heavyweight'
Rick Ross' gig at a Super Bowl party turned into a disaster because he's no social media guru ... in fact he sucks at Instagram and Twitter ... according to the company that paid him to headline. Conexts is suing Rick for the Jan. 30 event that was…
- UPIAug 14 06:37 AM
Marilyn Malara ATLANTA, Aug. 14 (UPI) -- Rick Ross is now allowed to travel outside Georgia, a Judge said, but only for work.
- SpinAug 27 10:43 AM
Five years ago today, Kanye West unleashed one of rap’s most epic lineups — Bon Iver, Rick Ross, Jay Z, and Nicki Minaj — on the unsuspecting masses when he dropped his G.O.O.D. Friday track “Monster,” an unrelenting beast of a single that’d see its official release that November on My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy . It spanned the gaps between the old guard and new, incorporating indie rock ...
- ContactmusicAug 17 07:27 PM
Rapper Rick Ross Has Asked A Judge To Dismiss A Copyright Infringement Case Against Him Over The Use Of A Jay Z Picture.
- CNNAug 23 10:06 PM
Rick Ross – We know Rick Ross loves his hometown from the bottom of his heart. Now it will always be top of mind too -- so to speak. The rapper showed off a new tattoo of the Miami Heat's logo on his right temple.
- ContactmusicAug 21 03:28 PM
Rapper Rick Ross Has Been Slapped With A $55,000 (Gbp34,000) Lawsuit For Failing To Promote A Super Bowl Party On Social Media.
- TMZAug 13 03:31 PM
Rick Ross can finally get back on his "Boss" grind ... a judge gave him approval to start traveling on biz trips, but there are several restrictions -- including an ankle monitor. Ross was in an Atlanta court…
- Vibe MagazineAug 22 06:28 PM
The MMG leader was recently hit with another lawsuit. According to TMZ , Rick Ross is being sued for $55,000 by Conexts.
- WSFA 12 MontgomeryAug 21 09:28 PM
A former drug kingpin is in Montgomery and he’s on a mission to inspire.Freeway Rick Ross joined other former drug dealers and gang members for an anti-violence rally Friday night. The men hope their stories will prompt young people to choose a different path.