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  • This melancholy cut finds Rick Ross getting introspective as he spits reflective rhymes about hip-hop artists who lose their money. Speaking on the Rap Radar podcast, Ross told hosts Elliott Wilson and Brian "B-Dot" Miller, "You watch certain things play out around you and unfold. You watch other artists or labels or whatever it is. Some of these can be people that you looked up to. We watched the demise of Suge Knight. I remember being a younger dude and people talking about the value of Death Row Records, $300 million net worth."

    "That was something that I embraced as part of the culture as a fan. Look what we can create and look what we can build. And then you watch other artists that deserve the world and they end up in the position with almost next to [nothing]"
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