Rick Ross performed with a live band for just the second time in his career in a rocking NPR Tiny Desk (Home) Concert featuring such beloved hits as “Super High,” “B.M.F. (Blowin’ Money Fast)” and “I’m Not a Star.”
With the four-piece band laying down a thumping beat behind him, the Bawse sat on a gilded throne for “Super High,” luxuriating in a room surrounded by art in the gallery space of Miami artist and longtime friend Rich B Caliente, with background singer and Ne-Yo protege Troy Tyler doing his mentor proud with some silky vocals.
Things get serious on “B.M.F.,” with background vocalist Elijah Blake getting the spotlight as he weaved some soulful runs alongside Rozay’s animated tale of life among the super rich. Lamenting the tours and projects canceled last year because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Ross said, “But guess what? It’s a new year, new goals, same dreams, same hustler, you know what it is.”
Source: News | Billboard