Tuesday, July 31, 2012

The Best Rap Album of July 2012 - God Forgives, I Don't by Rick Ross

His street cred might be fake, his moniker maybe phony but I'll be damned if Rick Ross, aka Ricky Rozay ain't on a roll and isn't the hottest rapper in the game right now.

Don't get me wrong here, I really liked Nas' new album Life Is Good, it's excellent and on my daily playlist but Rick Ross has taken the game to a new level.

Def Jam is really throwing its money and weight behind Rick Ross and it shows clearly in the exponential increase of the quality of production and the level of real musicians playing behind Ricky's flow and creativity on each new album. 

God Forgives, I Don't is Rick Ross' classic album that will go on the shelf with the greatest releases from Def Jam.

There were several other albums I enjoyed this month such as Vintage by Timothy Rhyme, REBELutionary by Reks and Del Odio Al Amor by Farina but the is one definitive winner of my choice for best rap album this month.

Some people will still be turned off by all the dope boy talk but I think we all know by now that officer Ricky is just speaking through the Rick Ross character he developed over the years.

One month following the great compilation album with the Maybach Music Group and recently with a judge stating the results of a DNA test in a paternity suit "Rick Ross, you are not the father!" Ricky Rozay is hotter than a cheap pistol in Brownsville on a Saturday night.

The Best Rap Album of July 2012 - God Forgives, I Don't by Rick Ross

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