Today (Nov. 10), Rick Ross and Meek Mill unveiled their new album, Too Good To Be True. As expected, the 17-song effort is a lyrical journey through the duo’s hard-earned successes and flashy lifestyles, complete with additional contributions from the likes of Fabolous, French Montana, Teyana Taylor, Jeremih, and Future. Maybach Music alum Wale also traded verses with his former boss on the standout cut “Fine Lines.” “It’s scary at the top, but at the top, we fear the bottom, what that say about y’all? That can make it off bars, I played your tape the other day, I’m afraid it’s a ‘Nah,'” the D.C. veteran rapped on the TropDavinci-produced offering.
Too Good To Be True was led by the Kid Art-directed videos for “Lyrical Eazy” and “SHAQ & KOBE,” with the latter getting a remix upgrade thanks to Shaquille O’Neal and Damian Lillard. Another track, the Tears for Fears-sampled “Go To Hell,” arrived a day prior to the album’s release.
In an interview with Apple Music, Rozay spoke on the meaning behind his and Meek’s new body of work. “We won already. We playing with what? The house’s money. And it’s only one way to explain that or describe that. It’s too good to be true,” the Miami emcee explained. “We knocked it out quick. I’m going to be honest. This just was a quick vibe. Maybe two and a half months, you know what I’m saying?”
Back in 2021, both Ross and Meek dropped off their most recent solo LPs, Richer Than I Ever Been and Expensive Pain, respectively. Since then, Ross assisted on songs like Dr. Dre’s “The Scenic Route,” Westside Gunn’s “DunnHill,” and DJ Khaled’s “GOD DID.” Meanwhile, Meek fed the masses with his Flamerz 5 mixtape and jumped on The Game’s “Talk To Me Nice.” Press play on Too Good To Be True below.
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