Rick Ross Announces ‘Black Market’ Release Date, Reveals Cover Art

Rick Ross Black Market Cover Art

Fresh off of his remix of Drake’s “30 for 30” and Adele’s “Hello,” Rick Ross has released the cover art for his forthcoming album, Black Market,  and confirmed that it will drop on Dec. 4.

The album’s first single is the Chris Brown-assisted single “Sorry,” which was released in October. The single has been blowing up the charts, and has already accumulated more than 3 million Vevo streams.

“Sorry” is a little different from the singles fans are accustomed to hearing from the Maybach Music head honcho, but the rapper says this album will showcase a different side of him.

“This album is, I feel like, most definitely gonna be a Rozay on a higher, intellectual level, just discussing a different array of things” the rapper told Billboard Monday. “I love writing in the capacity of groups of people, clubs, visions; rarely is it intimate moments where you’re just totally confined to yourself. And I did a lot of writing and I had a lot of time to do that. The music kind of came out that way.”

The album is Ross’ third studio effort in the last two years, following 2014’s Mastermind and Hood Billionaire.

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