Port of Miami introduced Rick Ross to the world (myself and Kenya included) in a big way. It had classic songs like Push It, Hustlin and Where My Money. 13 years later, Rick Ross has decided to bless us with Port of Miami 2.

Fos starters, what you should know about Port of Miami 2 is that Rick Ross tried to play peacemaker and (re)unite Pusha T (a rapper whom I personally thin is dope) with Lil Wayne but though their verses for the song Maybach Music VI was short-lived because, in all honesty, Pusha T’s verse was subversive (pun intended) dissing some not to hard to identify foes.


Anyway, the album which I have listened to can only be described as mature hip hop because it is nothing like the mumble rap youngins are accustomed to and yet still manages to be enthralling for youngins who like mumble rap.

You really should give the album a listen. It even managed to bring a surprise from beyond the grave with Nipsey Hussle taking shots at incarcerated Tekashi Six Nine.