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Rick Ross’ album Teflon Don turns 10

Florida rapper Rick Ross, with the birth name William Roberts, is a modern legend in the rap game. His album Teflon Don was released a decade ago and it marked the arrival of Ross as a titan in hip hop music. The project had no shortage of bangers, including B.M.F. (Blowin’ Money Fast) and Aston Martin Music. It was released on Maybach Music.

He thought he was Big Meech and Larry Hoover on this album

The title is a reference to mob figure John Gotti’s nickname. He was the leader of New York’s Gambino crime family. The nickname was also borrowed by the 45th president of the United States to refer to himself. Ross, who borrowed his name from California drug runner “Freeway” Ricky Ross, has a habit of reverencing the mafia in his music. He recently showed up on Teyana Taylor’s “Come Back to Me”. What was your favorite song from Teflon Don?