“Good news. They just let me off house arrest, so get the beach house ready,” quips Rick Ross at the top of his new freestyle, confirming reports that the rapper is now free to leave his home. Rozay has been on house arrest for allegedly pistol-whipping his groundskeeper, and the confinement has resulted in some of his best work of the last few years. With the release of his new “30 For 30” verse, it seems his newfound freedom won’t be affecting his prolific output.
As we’ve heard with “Aston Martin Music,” Rozay works in Drake’s introspective world, and his new track is no exception. Look out for his new studio album Black Market to drop before the year’s end.
Can’t rap with a nigga who ain’t got a rap
It ain’t trap music
If you never had to trap
Don’t ask ’bout it if you can’t handle the facts
My whole rap style built for the counter-attacks