Rick Ross


Rick Ross was born in Clarksdale, Mississippi, United States on January 28th, 1976 and is the Rapper. At the age of 48, Rick Ross biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, songs, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 28, 1976
United States
Place of Birth
Clarksdale, Mississippi, United States
48 years old
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$45 Million
Actor, Entrepreneur, Film Producer, Music Executive, Rapper, Songwriter
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Rick Ross Life

Born January 28, 1976), better known as Rick Ross, is an American rapper, songwriter, and record executive. Ross' debut single, "Hustlin'," was released in 2006, and he was involved in a bidding war, receiving bids from Diddy's Bad Boy Entertainment and Irv Gotti's Murder Inc., before deciding on a multi-million-dollar contract with Jay Z's Def Jam Records.

Ross released his debut album Port of Miami later this year, debuting at the top of the USBillboard 200 album chart with 187,000 units during the first week.

Ross' second studio album, Trilla, debuted on the Billboard 200 in 2008, and Rather You Than Me (2017).

Ross was also the first artist to work with Diddy's management company, Ciroc Entertainment.

Ross was the game's Hottest MC in early 2012.

Early life

William Leonard Roberts II was born in Clarksdale, Mississippi, and raised in Carol City, Florida. He attended Albany State University on a football scholarship after graduating from Miami Carol City Senior High School. Roberts served as a correctional officer for 18 months from December 1995 to his resignation in June 1997.

Personal life

Rick Ross, a Christian, told Corey "Coco Brother" Condy on Lift Every Voice that "I had told myself at one point, never doubt God." Ross also said that he prays every time he goes on stage to perform.

The Smoking Gun linked Ross' social security number to an 18-month stint as a correctional officer at the South Florida Reception Center in July, as well as a photo of him pretending to be Ross in his correctional officer uniform. Ross initially denied that the photograph was of him, but after overwhelming evidence of his deposition came into the public's eye, Ross later admitted that he did work in Florida for 18 months from 1995 to 1997. Ricky Ross, a retired Florida correctional officer, admitted to theft that Roberts used his name and identity when he learned that The Smoking Gun had published information revealing Roberts' previous work as a Florida correctional officer in an interview with AllHipHop.com.

Ross had two seizures on the same day on October 14, 2011, once in the morning and then in the early evening. He was awakened following the morning seizure, and CPR was administered. Ross was admitted to a Birmingham, Alabama, where doctors performed a series of tests after suffering the second seizure. He was healthy, according to his parents. Ross attributes the episodes to a lack of sleep in the previous week.

Ross later reminisces about the incident in Meek Mill's "Ima Boss" remix with the words "Had a few seizures, call it minor setbacks"; "Ima Boss": "Everybody praying for me, I respect that / Woke up in the hospital, where my checks are located. / Where my neck is at," I put 8 chains where my neck is at.

Ross and his mother were the victims of a drive-by shooting in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on January 27, 2013. Neither Ross nor his mother were injured, but they ended up smashing their car into an apartment in an attempt to get out of the shooting.

Ross was hospitalized on March 2, 2018 after being found unresponsive in his Miami, Florida home from a possible heart attack. Ross was on life support. He was released from hospital just a few days later.

Ross has four children: Toie Roberts, William Roberts III, Berkeley Hermes Roberts, and Billion Leonard Roberts.

Ross was briefly married to Lira "Galore" Mercer in 2015.


Rick Ross Career


Roberts made his debut under the pseudonym Teflon Da Don in his early days at Suave House Records. On Erick Sermon's lone album for DreamWorks, he made his debut on the song "Ain't Shhh to Discuss" on his debut. Def Squad Presents Erick Sermon's "Ain't Shhh to Discuss" is his first album. Rick Ross changed his name to Rick Ross in the mid-2000s. He took his stage name from former drug kingpin Rick Ross' "Freeway" Rick Ross, to whom he has no association.

He eventually signed Suave House Records, a former member of rap duo 8Ball & MJG, and signed Slip-n-Slide Records, which has been on the Def Jam label since 2006. Roberts toured with fellow rapper Trick Daddy and gave guest appearances on other Slip-n-Slide albums when he was signed to Slip-n-Slide.

Port of Miami, his debut album, was released in August 2006 and debuted on the top of the U.S. charts. Billboard 200 album chart, with sales reaching 187,000 units in the first week. It will be "the summer's biggest rap record," according to Rolling Stone magazine's Christian Hoard. "Push It To the Limit"), the second single from the gangster film Scarface's theme song, "Scarface (Push It to the Limit), was sampled on "Push It to the Limit." After the film, "Push It"'s music video was modeled. Ross appeared on two singles from DJ Khaled's debut "Born-N-Raised" and "Holla at Me" during that time. On November 8, 2006, the Recording Industry Association of America (Gay) awarded the Port of Miami a Gold medal.

Trilla's second album, as its predecessor Port of Miami had, debuted at the top of the Billboard 200 in March 2008. R. Kelly's lead single "Speedin'" debuted at number 21 in the United States, ranking it at number 21. Billboard is a website that publishes news about Billboard's Top 100 Singles; the new one, "The Boss," starring T-Pain, debuted at number 17 on the Hot 100. Nelly and Avery Storm appeared on Nelly and Avery Storm's third single "Here I Am." Ross came in fourth place in MTV News' 2008 "Hottest MCs in the Game" list of ten rappers. Trey Songz appeared on "This Is The Life" in its fourth album, which was announced in July.

What stood out to MTV reporters was an album track named "Valley of Death." Ross addresses his time as a jail guard briefly in the film. "Keep it trilla, nigga, never had a rifle or badge," the narrator says, hinting at the fact that he was actually an officer of the nation. "I had a nice watch and smoked on a hundred sack back in the days when crack was sold for some good kicks/ Skippin' school, I saw my friend stabbed for an ice pick/ Can't criticize niggas trying to find jobs/ Live your own." Later, he claims he was on the streets when he was serving as a corrections officer. "I only lived once and I have two boys; And if you'll feed them, I'll get two gigs," he says. "I'll shovel shit, I'll C.O./So we can bow our heads and scream over the meatloaf." He gave no reason for lying about being a C.O. He also gave no explanation for being a C.O. To begin with, he did not explain why he was unable to provide his children with child care.

Ross was wearing two pair of Louis Vuitton sunglasses on the front of the May 2009 issue of XXL magazine, titled "Rick Ross Up in Smoke." After publication, a spokeswoman for the luxury-goods manufacturer called XXL to inform them that Ross was sporting fake sunglasses in the cover photo. Later, it was revealed that the rapper was sporting authentic Louis Vuitton sunglasses that had been modified by Jacob Bernstein, nicknamed "The Sunglass Pimp." Despite Louis Vuitton's assertion that such modification and resale of trademarked property is not legal, Bernstein defended his customizations.

Ross had a number of accomplishments in 2010. He released Albert Anastasia EP in May, the critically acclaimed edition. In addition to that, he has released Teflon Don, his fourth studio album, on July 20, 2010. Ne-Yo's lead single was "Super High." Stacey Dash, an actor, made a camedic appearance in the music video. Kanye West's second official single "Live Fast, Die Young" was released. In its first week, the album debuted at number two on the Billboard 200, with 176,000 copies selling in its first week.

Diddy, a rapper and frequent collaborator who signed Ross to a management contract with his Ciroc Entertainment in 2009, announced from his YouTube page that he and Ross are teaming up on an EP. The project's name, "Another One," was the first single released for the project. On Christmas Eve 2010, Ross concluded 2010 by releasing Ashes To Ashes, his second mixtape.

Rick Ross signed Wale and Meek Mill to his Maybach Music Group imprint in early 2011. Self Made Vol., the band's debut compilation album. In May, there was a 1/Octagon. Rick Ross appeared at the BET Awards 2011, which aired on June 26, 2011. He has also been nominated for Best Male Hip Hop Artist. Ross was named the Most Popular MC in the Game in early 2012.

Ross' good career in 2012 as well as his succucculent career. He began the year by premiering his Rich Forever mixtape to global acclaim. Self Made Vol. 2, Ross' MMG camp's second collection, was released. In June 2012, there were two of us on the island of Malta. God Forgives, I Don't, Ross' fifth studio album, was released on July 31, 2012, less than a month after a few delays. The album debuted at number eight on the UK Albums Chart and number two on the UK R&B Albums Chart, making it Ross' highest-charting album and first top ten album in the United Kingdom, making it Ross' first top ten chart and first top ten album. With first-week sales of 218,000 copies, the album debuted at number one on the Billboard 200. Ross premiered four songs, including Meek Mill's "So Sophisticated," "Touch'N You" starring Usher, "Hold Me Back," and "3 Kings" starring Dr. Dre and Jay-Z, including Dr. Dre and Jay-Z, among other things. In fewer than two months, the album had been rated gold. Ross released The Black Bar Mitzvah in October to celebrate his work and advertise his forthcoming MMG Tour. The Source chose Rick Ross as its "Man of the Year" nominee.

Ross revealed the name of his sixth album to be Mastermind on January 7, 2013. The album was supposed to be released in 2013. "Box Chevy," the album's first promotional single, would be released on iTunes on February 15, 2013. Gunplay, Stalley, and Rockie Fresh cameos from MMG's Shot on April 1, 2013.

Ross was supposed to debut The H, his longtime companion Birdman, during 2008, but no information about the album was released until that point. Birdman and Rick Ross announced on May 16, 2013 that The H would be released as a mixtape hosted by DJ Khaled on May 23, 2013. In 2008, the project was completed within a few days.

Ross performed the first official single from Mastermind, "No Games," starring Future, which was produced by J.U.C.E. League. It was broadcast to Urban contemporary radio the next day. It was followed by Jay-Z's single "The Devil Is A Lie" and Jeezy's "War Ready" and "War Ready."

Rick Ross released his sixth studio album, Mastermind, in March 2014, with generally favorable feedback from critics and debuting at number one on the Billboard 200 chart for the first week with 179,000 copies. The album has sold more than 290,000 copies in the United States as of April 8, 2014. Ross would make a guest appearance on the docu-series Sisterhood of Hip Hop in June 2014.

Ross revealed in October 2014 that he would make up for Meek Mill's Dreams Worth More Than Money album, which was postponed due to his detention. In October 2014, Rick Ross revealed the cover art for Hood Billionaire and announced that the release date was set for November 24, 2014. Fans and critics alike gave the album mixed praise.

In 2015, Ross had a combination of adversity and achievements. Ross was arrested on suspicion of kidnapping and assault and assault and was sentenced to home arrest in his Georgia home. Ross began posting himself as "Renzel," a play on the name of famous actor Denzel Washington. Ross unveiled a Black Dollar mixtape in September, his third full length release since March 2014. Black Market, his eighth studio album, was announced soon after, and it came out in December 2015. Ross released Renzel Remixes on Thanksgiving 2015 to promote his forthcoming debut. On December 4, 2015, Black Market became Ross' last album under his original deal with Def Jam. The album's song "Free Enterprise" caused controversies because it contained the word "Assassinate Trump like I'm Zimmerman" referring to Donald Trump.

Rick Ross signed a solo deal with Epic Records in January 2016, reuniting him with L.A. Reid, who was instrumental in signing Ross to Def Jam.

Rick Ross remixed Kanye West's "Famous" on February 21, 2016. Ross was on the radio in 2016, including "Make It Work" from Self Made Vol. Suicide Squad's 4, "Purple Lamborghini": The Album, "Supa Cindy," and "Freaky Hoe" are among Suicide Squad's "Purple Lamborghini" and "Freaky Hoe."

Rather You Than Me, his ninth studio album, was set for a March 2017 debut. The album debuted and debuted on the Billboard 200, racking it to number three. Rick Ross performed "Florida Boy" with T-Pain and Kodak Black on February 2, 2018, the first single from the album, which was originally scheduled for a 2018 release. Ross released "Green Gucci Suit," his second single from his tenth studio album Port of Miami 2, on June 22, 2018. The album debuted at number two on the Billboard 200. The album also included the single "Gold Roses" with Drake, which was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Rap Song at the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards. Ross teamed up with singer August Alsina for a track titled "Entanglements," a diss track to Alsina's ex-lover Jada Pinkett Smith. Following his Verzuz battle with 2 Chainz, Ross released the single "Pinned to the Cross" on August 7, 2020, starring Finn Matthews.

Rick Ross announced his eleventh album, Richer Than Ever Been, on August 26, 2020, in an interview with Hot 97.

Ross' book The Perfect Day to Boss Up debuted on September 7, 2021, number 5 on The New York Times' weekly bestsellers list.


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