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Stalley Ft. Rick Ross & Nipsey Hussle – Fountain of Youth (Music Video)

October 2, 2012 by  
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Dre Films x Kellen Dengler direct the newest MMG music video featuring Rick Ross, Stalley, and Nipsey Hussle. From Miami, Florida to Massillon, Ohio to Crenshaw, California…

Is Nipsey the next MMG singee?!

Video: God Forgives, Rick Ross Doesn’t

June 13, 2012 by  
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Watch and listen as Rick Ross gives a first person narrative of his career to date. From a young CO hustler from Miami M-I-Yayo to the boss of MMG, God Forgives, I Don’t.

Meet The Maybach Music Girl: Jessica Gomes

January 17, 2012 by  
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“What is this?! May, May, Maybach Music…”

Meet Jessica Gomes, Australian model who has reveled to the world that she is the voice of the “Maybach Music Girl Ad-lib”. Story is that she’s acquaintances with Jay-Z and was in a studio session when they jokingly asked her to make the drop. Rozay ended up liking the drop, and the rest is history. Now that you know the drop’s history, check out some photos of the Maybach Music Girl after the jump.

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Music Video: Rick Ross Feat. Pill, Meek Mill, Torch & French Montana – Big Bank

December 4, 2011 by  
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One of the hardest tracks off of the newly formed group Maybach Music’s debut album “Self Made Vol. 1,” and it’s one of their best music videos yet. Glad to see the homie Pill getting some love in this spot, too. Seems like he’s the ugly duckling of the group while Ross, Wale and Meek get the majority of the spotlight. French Montana’s pink hat, though? .. Yeah

Music Video: Meek Mill Feat. Rick Ross – Work

November 28, 2011 by  
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After spending the weekend in New York, what’s better to come home to than seeing your favorite rapper skimmin’ across the the crystal blue waters that’s protected by the the Port of Miami — topless, mind you — with a couple bad Brazilian chicks? If that’s “work,” then I’m in the wrong profession.

And to keep you in Meek Mill mode, check out his new cameo in Noreaga’s music video for Scared Money after the jump. Pusha T is also involved…

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Video: Wale “Lotus Flower Bomb” Feat. Miguel

November 15, 2011 by  
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This song was a major hit off of Wale’s sophomore album — freshman album under Maybach Music Group — “Ambition.” I won’t lie, the video is also dope. I appreciate the fact that the crew decided to go back in time and recreate a scene from “Poetic Justice” starring Janet Jackson and Tupac Shakur (R.I.P.) With Miguel on the hook and Wale spittin’ his poetry in motion, you can’t go wrong playing this track for your lady.

Video: Behind The Scenes: Meek Mill Ft. Rick Ross – “Work”

October 13, 2011 by  
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Easily my favorite track off of Meek Mill’s new mixtape, Dreamchasers; the homies over at MMG decided to drop us a little teaser video of what’s to come for the tune “Work.” Tell me, what’s better than Rick Ross countin’ money on a boat at the Port of Miami while rockin’ a Louis Vutton headband? Not a damn thang.

…Big belly rude boy, bad Jamaican b*tch.

Video: Masspike Miles Feat. Bun B – “Devoted”

September 21, 2011 by  
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For those who don’t know about Masspike Miles, consider him Maybach Music Group’s version of Drake. He’s their vocalist, he brings somewhat of the same things that Drake does for Young Money (just not the same flow). The Boston singer, who now works for Rick Ross, has been pumping out quite a few mixtapes in the last few months in hopes of becoming well known. On this track “Devoted” he throws on one of my favorite artists of all-time, and one of the best that ever did it, Bun B. You can pretty much tell what the songs meaning is just by the title, but they definitely keep it trill with this one.

Turn That ‘Lil Beef Into A Patty Melt: Freddie Gibbs Disses Rick Ross & His Crew In New Track

September 14, 2011 by  
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During both my Middle and High School years, I became a big fan of a guy who grew up 15 minutes down the road; Gary Indiana’s own Freddie Gibbs. He could spit, his flows were colder than Chicago winters and he was a neighborhood favorite. After a while he kind of fell off the map, disappeared, and is now apart of Jeezy’s team; C.T.E. “The World.”

We all know about Jeezy’s beef with Gucci Mane and Waka Flocka, which Gibbs has stated he doesn’t like neither of them. And for the past couple of months there have been rumors going around that Jeezy and Rick Ross have been beefing and said to be sending little signals throughout their tracks at each other. Somewhere along the line I think this all started when Ross paid tribute to former Black Mafia leader Big Meech with his track “BMF,” which Ross stated that he thinks he’s Big Meech by the lifestyle that he lives. Although Jeezy has addressed the beef, it seems like Gibbs isn’t having none of that and decided to diss Ross and his Maybach crew in his new song titled “187 Proof.”

From Rap Genius:

[Verse 1]
I grew up wishing my life would be like the Cosby’s
I go that extra mile to escape this ghetto monotony
See how this vicious cycle could fuck wit you psychologically
You better cooperate with the state or become they property
Bitch my name be breaking bail from the street to the jailhouse
And it ain’t no transaction unless I came wit my scale out
Roll in yo college, I just might fuck up and fail out
Fucking bitch after bitch, stacking my chips, all I care bout
Fuck wit GBA, bitch I need a CPA, come and count it up
Thousand thugs tryna catch him crowded around the bus
We start to throw down, if you down to fuck, then you down wit us
I know hoes that’ll smoke a stick, sloppy drunk, and get powdered up
This corporate thug world, they like you but they love the realest
Straight Gary gangsta shit, didn’t come up off no fucking gimmicks, bitch
2Pac ain’t back cuz he got set up and shot in the chest
Biggie ain’t either, so won’t y’all gon let them niggas rest?

[Hook]
I’m 187 proof, streets or the fucking booth
I’m hard to kill like Steven Seagal wit yo fucking troops
Yo choppas ain’t chopping shit if yo niggas ain’t down to shoot
And I’m ready to R.I.P. any nigga that y’all recruit
Cuz I’m 187 proof, streets or the fucking booth
I speak a foreign language, I think y’all call that the truth
It’s Gibbs, bitch

[Verse 2]
A walking 187, 187 crazy
Sick like Moammar Gadhafi, straight 187 babies
I reach for that reefer stench and my shit knocking Brotha Lynch
So lock me in correctional, but you can’t fix me or fucking see me
You know who you fucking with? A nigga who got shit to lose
I got niggas that rob you and rape yo bitch if they in the mood
Check my record, I been a fool, semi autos all in my locker
Flow stupid like I rode the bus to school with Waka Flocka
187 ways to die, bitch, this the end
6 niggas put 600 holes in yo 600 Benz
Bitch, I’m murder proof, I’mma live forever
Duncan block, Virginia street, bitch, we the clique together
Ask Pill who the real, bet he mention (Gibbs)
Killing niggas in the 4th Ward, shout out to my nigga Slick
Shout out to my nigga Hit, West side murder cat
Some of my niggas flow, but most of them beat that murder rep

[Hook]
Cuz I’m 187 proof, streets or the fucking booth
I speak a foreign language, I think y’all call that the truth
Cuz I’m 187 proof, streets or the fucking booth
I speak a foreign language, I think y’all call that the truth
It’s Gibbs, bitch

The lyrics that are highlighted are the ones that caught my eye that seem like a diss. Gibbs has made it clear that he’s cool with Pill, but as for Ross, Meek Mill and Wale? Not so much. It will be interesting to see if this continues to grow into a little something more because hey, all fans of hip-hop love a good beef every now and then, right?

You can listen to the track here.

Rick Ross Covers October’s Issue Of XXL Alongside His Maybach Music Team

September 7, 2011 by  
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Call him a Police Officer, call him fake, hell, call him whatever you want to call him, but at least respect him. The Florida-born rapper, Rick Ross, blew up the hip-hop scene back in 2006 when his highly anticipated album “Port of Miami” took the world by storm. After releasing his second album “Trilla” back in ’08, a photo surfaced of the big-bellied rude boy in a Correctional Officer’s uniform (he denied it was him at first) in which he worked as during the early 90′s. Many thought that would end his career, but it might have been the best thing to happen to him.

After becoming arguably the hottest rapper in the game right now (easily my favorite rapper of all-time), how does one outdo himself? He goes out and starts his own team. Maybach Music Group, which features artists Wale (formerly with Interscope), Atlanta Trap Rapper Pill and Philadelphia street rider Meek Mill, not only have they taken the hip-hop game by storm during the second half of the year, they’re probably the best and most versatile group in rap. Lets not forget that he already has his “Go Hard” group Triple C’s (Gunplay, Torch and Young Breed). As the saying goes, give respect when it’s do. Hip-Hop magazine XXL decided to make a two issue series, one featuring The Boss by himself and the other featuring the whole crew. Like I said, whether you like him or not he’s here to stay.

“I’m self-made, you just affiliated.”

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