It is back to the roots for Rick Ross as he heads to Florida for the “Tiny Desk (Home) Concert.” The songster was raised in Florida but currently leaves in Atlanta.
The concert, which was shot at Rick Ross’s pal Rich Caliente’s spot in the city, marked the second time the “Port of Miami” star had performed with a live band.
The songster was backed by the singers Elijah Blake and Troy Tyler, with Rashid Williams on the Drum, Thaddaeus Tribbet on bass and Monty Reynolds on the keyboard. They made a fine team.
For a start, Rick Ross went “Super High” on Teflon Don’s track, spitting “Aston Martin Music” and “B.M.F. (Blowin’ Money Fast),” his 2018 hit, along the way. He didn’t end with those, however.
By the way, Rick Ross doest shy away from the crowd. He thinks of himself as just another bod who can learn from his fellow humans, whatever their position in life. Not bad for one who stepped into the New Year seeing himself as the same hustler with the same dream.
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