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Rick Ross and Meek Mill Set To Release Joint Album ‘Too Good To Be True’ 

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Rick Ross and Meek Mill recently reunited for their first collaboration in nearly half a decade “Shaq and Kobe.” In promotion of the new single, the longtime collaborators dropped by Ebro Darden’s Rap Life Radio where they shared that the song is a precursor to a larger project that’s set to arrive soon.

“We won already,” Ross said reflecting on their accomplishments. “We playing with what? The house’s money and it’s only one way to explain that or describe that. It’s too good to be true, which is the name of the project me and Meek Mill will be releasing.”

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“It’s Too Good To Be True, we’ll give you that ASAP,” Ross added. 

Ross also told Ebro Darden that the album took him and Meek two and a half months to complete. The latter chimed in, “When me and Rozay got in the studio, it was all about real energy, organic motivation. This Rozay, I’m rapping next to too. This Rozay, top five dead or alive right now. I don’t know who want to argue with that.”

Rick Ross and Meek Mill have maintained a strong relationship over the years, collaborating on numerous tracks including “Tupac Back,” “Ima Boss,” and “So Sophisticated.” Their new single “Shaq and Kobe” is their first drop together since 2018’s “What’s Free,” which also featured Jay-Z.

Beyond the music, Ross and Meek have also maintained a commendable business relationship. In March, Meek Mill publicly applauded Rozay for fair business practices with Maybach Music Group. “Rozay kept it solid with my contract,” he wrote on X, formerly Twitter.

Elsewhere in their discussion with Ebro Darden on Rap Life Radio, Meek reflected on his past unhealthy habits, mentioning struggles with excessive drinking.

“I wasn’t healthy,” Meek said. “I was drinking liquor every day. My stomach was bent over for a year and a half. I came home 2019, I couldn’t smoke weed or really drink liquor like that. And before 2019, I was off the lean and all that.

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“I changed my lifestyle. Well I thought I changed, try to change over to the liquor every day. I’m being on tour afterparty. That kind of ruined up my stomach. So I had to sit down for a minute, let my shit build up. That was another human trial that we go through on the inside and they’re like, yo, when you dropping I’m telling my own family, yo, my stomach fucked up. Y’all, I weigh 170, bro. It’s on hit right now.”

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