When you reach the plateau that Rick Ross has reached in the rap game, it almost seems like there is very little to strive for. He's sold as many albums as one could imagine, he's built a Maybach Music Empire and he's papered up beyond belief. But, as you will see in this Breakfast Club exclusive interview, Rick Ross is far from finished and he's making sure he's physically fit to keep putting out music. Take a look at Rick Ross talking about his dramatic weight loss, Mastermind and Stalley's Ohio album.
ON WEIGHT LOSS:
I'm still a big boy, I've been on that Ross fit program, it was something at about a year and a half ago, and I just kept doing my thing and I've dropped a few of em you know... You should do that Ross fit, you just turnin up and you just goin hard.
I was quitting everyday, and then they started dragging me out on those runs and I couldn't quit.
ON MASTERMIND DELUXE:
You know it was just something that I wanted to do. When I recorded the music, if you go back and listen to my interviews speaking on Mastermind, I was saying that I felt had two albums. I wanted it to have a rich feel to it. I wanted it to have a Napoleon Hill nostalgia to it in the beginning. That throwback Puff feel. This that Geeci Liberachi.