Rick Ross Attacks 50 Cent/G-Unit; Freestyles On Eminems Crack A Bottle
Rapper Rick Ross continues his attack, releasing yet another music diss aimed at rapper/CEO 50 Cent and G-Unit, this time, in the form of a video of a freestyle version of Eminem and/or 50 Cent’s single, Crack A Bottle. The song “Crack A Bottle” which was first leaked online as a song to appear on Eminem’s upcoming “Relapse” album was later reported to be appearing instead on 50 Cent’s upcoming “Before I Self Destruct album.
Well now, Rick Ross has released his own version as a G-Unit diss, with his own freestyle over the song, and claims on the song that he’ll be working with his rival 50 Cent’s friend and mentor Eminem soon. Ross goes at Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo (Phony YaYo as Ross puts it), 50 Cent and G-Unit but gives a shout out to Aftermath Entertainment (Dre’s label) and Dr. Dre stating to Dre that he knows “it’s strictly business.” The rapper then shouts out to Eminem claiming “we working in the future.”
The track then goes into a verse by Eminem aka Slim Shady on the song “Crack A Bottle.”
In other news, the Mississippi born, Miami raised Ross recently had a video to leak online in which the rapper was talking on stage at Brooklyn’s BK Nightclub when gun shots suddenly fired off. The rapper was there during a promotional party for his upcoming “Deeper Than Rap” album and the shots reportedly had no relation to Ross and 50′s beef.
Ross’ album “Deeper Than Rap” is set to be released next week on Tuesday, April 21, 2009.
Check out Rick Ross’ freestyle on Crack A Bottle.