It took a while to write this review, a few days after the release date and a few listens, God Forgives, I Don’t is Rick Ross at his greatest. Personally, Trilla was his greatest effort but this time around he proves to doubters and the ones who have never listened before that he is running this rap sh*t. The husky-voiced raps over raucous beats and multitude of features has this work of art in the making of a classic.

The Jay-Z and Dr. Dre assisted, “3 Kings” has epitomized him amongst the legends of the hip hop industry. It was his first single, “Touch N You” featuring Usher that reached the ears of the listeners with a typical style from the “bawse.” The street hit, “So Sophisticated” featured his MMG counterparts and showcased their style. Every feature on this album gelled into the rap style of Ross and made the album a smooth listen  from start to finish.

The production on the album is impeccable and most expected from such an anticipated album. Prodcution credits go to Rico Love, Cool & Dre, Jake One and the J.U.S.T.I.C.E League, a production group who has been behind Ross’ career since day one.

All in all, God Forgives, I Don’t is worthy of anyone who loves hip hop and has ears to listen with. Kudos, “uuuuuggghhh!”

Preview Music from the Album

3 Kings 

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Diced Pineapples 

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