Keep Doin' That (Rich Bitch)

Album: Hood Billionaire (2014)
  • This song finds Rick Ross spitting tales of a well-paid prostitute who can afford an affluent lifestyle. R. Kelly contributes a verse as well as crooning on the hook. The Chicago singer previously featured on the Miami-bred MC's 2007 single "Speedin'."
  • Released as the first official single off Ross' seventh studio album, Hood Billionaire, the song was premiered on Hot 97 on October 2, 2014.
  • Ross explained on Power 105's The Breakfast Club that he wanted to work with Kelly because he's an admirer of his talent. "I'm a fan of the music, the writing skills [and] the creativity," he said. "R. Kelly has flawlessly brought us dope records. That's just speaking on the homie, previous. This record we just did was most definitely a dope record, a feel-good record, something the chicks are gonna be able to turn up to and let the bosses lean on the wall a little bit and shine for you."

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