Slip-N-Slide Records recording artist Rick Ross has announced the released date of his sophomore album, titled Trilla.
Trilla, which is the follow up to Ross' debut Port of Miami, will hit stores on November. 11.
Port of Miami, which hit stores in August of 2006, moved 187,000 copies its first week in stores and topped hit # 1 on the Billboard Top 200 album chart, as well as the Top Rap Albums and Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts.
The album produced hits like "Hustlin'," "Boss," "Push It" and others.
The announcement comes on the heels of Slip-N-Slide's latest success, Fort Meyers rapper Plies, whose album The Real Testament debuted at #2 on this week's Billboard Top 200 chart.
Slip-N-Slide Records has an amazing history with Trina, Trick Daddy, Rick Ross, Duece Poppi, Dirtbag and now Plies that stands firmly on tradition, values and standards," Slip-N-Slide Records' CEO Ted Lucas said. "We want to take our enormous history and make a bigger impact for years to come.
Lucas also revealed that Slip-N-Slide Records is working on expanding into the R&B and Rock genres of music.
Slip-N-Slide Records is preparing releases by Florida rappers Trina, Trick Daddy and Dirt Bag in 2008.