Rick Ross has finally announced his album release date and details for his forthcoming tour.
According to a press release sent to HipHollywood, Ross will release his highly anticipated album, Mastermind on December 17. The rapper’s sixth studio album will feature his new single, “No Games” featuring Future.
On November 12th, the 37-year-old will kick off his solo headlining tour of the U.S, the ‘Mastermind Tour’ presented by AEG. The trek will kick off at Masonic Temple Theatre in Detroit, and end with a homecoming show in his native Miami, at the Knight Center on November 23rd.
The rapper will team up with the 1500 Or Nothin’ Band for the 8-city trek and according to the release, will bring a look and sound unlike anything anybody has seen from him do before.
Tomorrow, Ross’ performance with Future and DJ Khaled of “No Games” will air on the BET Hip-Hop Awards at 8 P.M.
HipHollywood got an exclusive sneak peek inside the rappers rehearsal in Atlanta just one day before the taping of the show, and had the chance to catch up with DJ Khaled who was nominated for “DJ of the Year.”
“I feel like we are getting more respect and respect everyday, and we are gettting more on the stage. I appreciate it. Just to be at the Hip-Hop Awards is amazing,” Khaled told HH.
Check out the clip below: