Rick Ross has a lot on his plate. Besides opening up Wingstop franchises in different cities and releasing new music, he also has to run his MMG empire. This means playing referee in the on-and-off feud between Meek Mill and Wale. AllHipHop recently caught up with Rozay at the grand opening of his new Harlem location of Wingstop. Despite Meek kicking Wale out of MMG via Twitter, Ross claims that they are “brothers forever.”
“You see it already came and went,” he said. “It’s all about making dope music. Me being as experienced as I am, I feel like them going through that –or whatever you call it–in 10 years when they’re executives they’re gonna be able to give that same game to youngstas like ‘yo I did that before but this is how you do it.'”
The Hood Billionaire rapper also spoke on his upcoming album Black Market, which drops Dec. 4th. He said fans can expect to hear him in his “most comfortable space ever.”
“[It’s] real soulful,” he said. “It’s layered with live music.”
Watch the interview below, where he also dodges answering a question about the rumored make-up and break-up with his fiancee Lira Galore.