The man of many names Rick Ross, Ricky Rozay, the Bawse, William Leonard Roberts II stopped by Detroit’s HOT 102.7 to promote the July 20th release of Teflon Don. Ricky Rozay chopped it up with Big Greg, Mr. Buckienaked breaking down tracks off the new album. ‘Super High’ ft. Neyo is “for the sexy ladies and special experiences”. He said this was a great way to set tone for album as it gives off positive good feelings. He said he did this because he knew ‘BMF‘ was on the way.
Before getting into BMF, Big Greg was curious to know ‘Why MC Hammer’?
“The first time I seen hammer and the pinnacle he rose to in those couple years, cartoons, and the dolls, he balled like a bawse for those few years.”
Speaking of Bawses, Big Greg had to touch on ‘BMF’ considering the organization started in Detroit.
“That’s the anthem right now, the biggest record in the streets around the world‚Ä¶”
Big Meech, the founder of the multi-million dollar drug trafficking organization who was ultimately convicted of running a Continuing Criminal Enterprise and sentenced to 30 years co signed Rick Ross’s ‘BMF’.
“Man it just felt, so… just to let them know they touched generations with they movements in a lot of different ways not just the obvious they did a lot of positive things in the street too. So when you take your hat off and solute them, you know along time after a lot of times, they begin to feel like they been forgotten. You know I mean that’s what music is about.”
Speaking about building a movement, Rozay had his crew in the building, Masspike Miles, Young Breed of The Maybach Music Group. When speaking on the MMG, Ross says:
“we came to accomplish…to build one of the biggest empires the game has ever seen.”