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Rick Ross Wants To ‘Turnpike Ike’

by Ayodeji Lateef

Rick Ross drops yet another teaser from his much anticipated soon to be released “Port Of Miami 2” album. With Port Of Miami 2 scheduled for release this coming Friday, Rick Ross has made it a thing to surprise fans with this special offering titled “Turnpike Ike,” second track on the album which was officially released today as Zane Lowe’s World Record.

Rick Ross is making it certain that enough awareness is created with some last-minute releases. The track is a follow up on his previously released singles “Big Tyme” which was releases this Friday, August 9 via MMG/Epic Records and “Gold Roses.”  “Turnpike Ike” features performance from Young Renzel with Jake One handling the production.

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“Turnpike Ike” is a braggadocios recall to his years spent moving illegal goods from one place to another along regional highways or screaming at convicts, make your choice!. Rozay flexes his lyrical prowess with some imperial rhymes focused on “bad bitches” in California, Nicki Minaj, and his grass-to-grace story (“Made it to Star Island, started with a nickel rock”). He finished with a dedication to his former manager who is now late, Black Bo.

Port of Miami 2 features Drake, Meek Mill, Wale, Summer Walker, DeJ Loaf, Jeezy, YFN Lucci, A Boogie wit da Hoodie, and more.

I can never get too comfortable. It’s no such thing as good for life

Ross told Zane Lowe on Beats 1.

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