Nipsey Hussle Drops New Knowledge for Rick Ross on 'Port of Miami 2'

The late rapper is featured on Ross’ first album since 2017

August 9, 2019

13 years after his debut album, Port Of Miami, Rick Ross has unleashed a sequel.

Port Of Miami 2 spans 15 tracks and is filled with features from Drake, Wale, Meek Mill, and more. Maybe most notable is a verse from Nipsey Hussle, The GRAMMY-nominated MC who had his life tragically cut short earlier this year.

On “Rich N**** Lifestyle”, Hussle does some luxury flexing and continues to rap about the self-made spirit that made him such an important performer and community member.

“Ain't a real street n**** unless you got a code. Mine’s one comma n****, followed by a lot of O's” he raps on the soul-sampling track. “Rap music on the charts like it's rock and roll. Add something to the art, make a lot of dope. Gotta play my part from the start cause that's all I know, double M's, double R's, n****, all I roll.”

WARNING: The following song is unedited and contains profanity

The song is a reminder of the tight flow and immense talent of Nipsey. It’s also already gaining notoriety for a shot Hussle takes at embattled rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine.

“I can't name a fake n**** that was not exposed, how y'all n***** so surprised that Tekashi told?” he fires off about the plea deal the rapper worked out, allegedly sharing information about co-defendants for a lesser charge.

Elsewhere on Port Of Miami 2, Ross references the infamous interview from Kanye West about his support for President Donald Trump.

“Watching Kanye interview, feel like I wanna cry for  every innocent brother charged with a homicide,” Ross raps on “Vegas Residency.”

“Went from battle raps to now we wearing MAGA Hats, Dade County n****, mansions up in Tamarac,” he continues over a piano-based beat. “Never golfing with the Trumps and I give you my word, back to coming out the trunk, charging 20 a bird.”

Port Of Miami 2 is the tenth studio album from Rick Ross, and is now available everywhere.