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Rick Ross Reigns On 'REVOLT Live'

Rick Ross Reigns On 'REVOLT Live'

The Mastermind sat down for an in-depth interview about his new album and performed some of his biggest tracks in front of a live studio audience.


Rick Ross Reigns On 'REVOLT Live'

It was chaos at Highland and Hollywood, when none other than Ricky Rozay high-jacked REVOLT Live, dropping in to shut s*** down in the mall and unleash the fury of his locked-for-Number 1 Mastermind on REVOLT Nation. Fans packed out the floors and looked on from bus-sized-banner-draped balconies, clamoring to catch swag, screen time, and the Bawse himself.  

It was a sight to be seen as security ushered many fans and a few very confused grandmas in and out of zones, with credentials flashing, and the shoe game on point. And when the moment arrived, it did not disappoint with Ross unloading his classic, “Imma Boss” with MMG young blood Meek Mill in tow, a welcomed surprise that wouldn’t be the last of a set that boasted Mastermind standout “The Devil Is A Lie” and Hov’s “F*ckWithMeYouKnowIGotIt."

Later in the stellar set, Rozay allowed Meek Milly a bit more time in the spotlight, as the latter performed his anthemic hit "Dreams & Nightmares" to a feverish crowd. Not to be outdone, Ross closed the takeover with an extended rendition of "Nobody," a Biggie-channeling and French Montana-featuring banger that serves as the centerpiece of Mastermind.

REVOLT Chairman Sean "Diddy" Combs (who provides some much-needed banter to the instant-classic tune) even popped up for a surprise appearance, cheering on Rozay as the MMG head honcho basked in his glory.

Earlier in the REVOLT Live takeover, Ross sat with hosts DJ Damage and Sibley for an in-depth conversation about the influences on his new album, its standout collaborations, and of course, his entrepreneurial successes. Check out highlights from the takeover above, and of course, do remember that Mastermind is in stores now.