Mark your calendars.
Rick Ross has announced a release date for his 10th album Port of Miami 2. The long-awaited sequel to his debut arrives on Aug. 9, 13 years after the original Port of Miami.
He has also revealed the cover, which pays homage to the 2006 artwork and finds Ross holding a pendant featuring a photo of his late friend and manager Black Bo, who passed away in 2017.
In the dramatic trailer, Rozay is baptized in water. “I sat in a room alone, no television, no music, I just listened to my heart beat,” he says. “Are you just standing there or does your heart beat? Was you meant to die? Did you want to live or was you born to kill? Listen to my heart beat.”