Rick Ross and Drake: The best duo in hip-hop?

Rick Ross and Drake are two of the most successful and influential rappers in the game, with dozens of awards, chart-topping albums, and loyal fan bases. They have also been frequent collaborators since 2010, when they first teamed up on the smooth and luxurious Aston Martin Music from Ross’ fourth album Teflon Don.

Since then, they have delivered some of the most memorable and diverse songs in hip-hop, ranging from the hard-hitting and motivational Lord Knows from Drake’s Grammy-winning Take Care, to the introspective and reflective Gold Roses from Ross’ Port of Miami.

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They have also shown their versatility and chemistry on tracks like Money in the Grave, Free Spirit, Made Men, Stay Schemin, Pop That, and Lemon Pepper Freestyle, among others. Their styles complement each other perfectly, as Drake brings his melodic hooks and witty bars, while Ross delivers his booming voice and lavish lyrics.

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Rozay joined Adin Ross in an hour-long livestream, during which they delved into the rapper’s connection with Drizzy. At a certain moment, the host inquired about Ross’s favorite memory from their years of knowing the Canadian superstar.

“I’ma say Stay Schemin. He came out to us; he came out in the streets. He came to us when he put that record together. It was one of those vibes. We had the beat. He walked right in on it as we was puttin’ it together and he didn’t wait one second, so that was most definitely magical.”

Rick Ross and Drake have proven time and time again that they are a force to be reckoned with in hip-hop, and they show no signs of slowing down. They have both hinted at a possible joint album in the past, which would be a dream come true for many fans.

However, even if they don’t release a full-length project together, they will surely continue to bless us with more dope collaborations in the future. Rick Ross and Drake are not only great artists, but also great friends, who respect and support each other. They are the best duo in hip-hop, and we can’t wait to hear what they have in store for us next.

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