UPDATE: “Too Good To Be True” is available for streaming everywhere.
Rick Ross and Meek Mill have unveiled the tracklist for their highly anticipated joint album, “Too Good To Be True.” Led by the smash-hit single “Shaq & Kobe,” the album also includes the previously released singles “Lyrical Eazy” and the Shaquille O’Neal & DAME D.O.L.L.A.-assisted remix of “Shaq & Kobe.”
The album, set to drop on Friday, features a star-studded lineup of guest appearances, including Vory, Fabolous, Teyana Taylor, Wale, The Dream, Future, and many more.
See the full Tracklist below.
- Shaq & Kobe
- Star Island
- Go To Hell
- 800 Karats
- Dead Last (feat. Vory and Fabolous)
- They Don’t Really Love You
- Million Dollar Trap
- Grandiose (feat. Vory)
- Above The Law (feat. Teyana Taylor & DJ Khaled)
- Fine Lines (feat. Wale and The Dream)
- Gold Medal (feat. Jeremih)
- Lyrical Eazy
- Millionaire Row (feat. French Montana)
- In Luv With The Money (feat. Future)
- Shaq & Kobe Remix (feat. Shaquille O’Neal & DAME D.O.L.L.A.)
In a recent interview with Ebro Darden, Rick Ross revealed that the album took him and Meek Mill just two and a half months to complete. “When me and Rozay got in the studio, it was all about real energy, organic motivation,” Meek Mill said. “This Rozay, I’m rapping next to too. This Rozay, top five dead or alive right now. I don’t know who wants to argue with that.”.
In a separate interview with Rolling Stone, Rick Ross explains why he and Meek Mill are such a formidable team. “I just feel like because of the classic records we’ve released and collaborated on. We were in the studio late one night and Meek put on “the best dunks and the best duos,” and I was like, “That’s it. We Shaq and Kobe. It’s too easy.” How many people could go up against me and Meek Mill at one time? If Meek Mill does “Dreams and Nightmares” right now, I don’t give a f**k who’s in the arena, they gonna have a problem. If I drop “Every day I’m hustlin’,” I don’t give a f**k who in there, they got a problem.”
He continued, “The album is fire. The beats are the best. And when it comes to the rhymes, everybody knows Meek Mill was always that nappy-braided, on-the-corner Philly young ’un who could rap for three hours, don’t write nothin’ down. Still don’t. You could cut him a beat right now, and he’ll start walking around this motherfuckin’ pool table for an hour rappin’”