Rick Ross and Drake have been a fan-favorite collaboration for over a decade now. The two first linked up on Ross’ classic “Aston Martin Music” single in 2010, which also included Chrisette Michele. Other huge records that Ross and Drake have worked on were “Stay Schemin‘,” with French Montana, “Diced Pineapples,” featuring Wale, “Money In The Grave,” and “Lemon Pepper Freestyle.”
Ross recently spoke with Complex and Hiking With Rappers host King Keraun, and discussed artists that he really clicks with. The Miami mogul cited Jay Z, Kanye West, and Drake. Then, Ross really opened up the idea of a collaborative album with Drake happening, which has been desired by fans, for a while now.
“When I create with JAY-Z, our records have always been historic,” said Ross. “Me and Kanye, what we created on Dark Twisted Fantasy, and of course what me and Drake doing. And there’s still a possibility of me and Drake collaborating and doing an album together, because when we do collaborate it comes so naturally.”
Ross is also currently working on his 11th studio album, “Richer Than I’ve Ever Been.” Ross has been working on this project since 2020, but no official release date has been revealed, up to this point.
Check out Rick Ross discussing doing a collab album with Drake, below.