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Rick Ross - I Love My B*tches

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  • Artist: Rick Ross
  • Track: I Love My Bitches
  • Producer: Just Blaze
  • Album: God Forgives, I Don't

Though the title of Rick Ross' fifth studio album suggests a veiled threat, the twin singles he unleashed upon the Internet yesterday were more amorously focused: You're the Boss saw Young Money heavyweight Nicki Minaj pledging her devotion to the MMG general, and on its currently-featured counterpart Rozay expresses his affection in turn. Of course, dedicating a song to one female would inevitably upset the rest of his sizable harem--not wanting to leave anyone out, the rapper addresses I Love My B*itches to all his women, “from East Coast to West Coast.Just Blaze works his magic on the production tip, pushing the Chipmunk-soul concept to an infectiously high-pitched apotheosis (anyone recognize the sample?) as the Teflon Don drops verses just as lustfully high-rolling as you'd expect. He even finds time for a little soul-searching: “Am I really just a narcissist / 'cause I wake up to a bowl of lobster bisque?” (Sorry to break it to you Rick, but you are a narcissist—not sure what your soup-drinking habits have to do with it, though.) So, are you loving B*tches? Then keep it locked for all the latest leading up to Rick Ross' yet-unscheduled new album, God Forgives, I Don't.

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