[Video] Throwback BTS at Rick Ross’ Photoshoot

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In 2010, Ross was experiencing one of the great ascensions of all the rappers whose careers were launched in the 2000’s, thanks in large part to a steady output (Port of Miami, Trilla, Deeper Than Rap) that had him in position to make 2010 the most pivotal year of his career, as his relationships, fanbase and hitmaking ability all seemed to reach their respective peaks as we brought in the millennium’s newest decade. In our behind the scenes footage (above), Ross talks about becoming the biggest in the game, and his foreshadowing was accurate. That July, he released Teflon Don, which, to this day, is regarded as the best body of work the Miami emcee has ever released, and appeared on “Monster,” one of the best Hip-Hop posse cuts of all-time, and certainly the biggest song of the year.