Rapper Rick Ross' 'Trilla' was reported to be dropped November 11 instead of August 28.
Allhiphop.com has announced that Rick Ross' second Def Jam album 'Trilla' will be dropped November 11 instead of the initial August 28. On the other hand title track that is pulled as the lead single hasn't found its official release date although it has leaked online since July 2007.
'Trilla' is the follow up of the rapper's debut album 'Port of Miami' that peaked at #1 in Billboard's Hot 200 chart. The second effort is helmed by numerous notable producers such as Cool and Dre, DJ Khaled, Kanye West, Lil Jon, Scott Storch and The Neptunes.
'Trilla' is more than just a title, Ross recalled his childhood when listening to Michael Jackson's 'Thriller' and related it to what he expects from the album. "It was one of the first vinyl albums I bought, along with Run DMCís 'Walk This Way'," he said. "I just played it over and over for a year long. I just wanted to make my sophomore album that intense, just wanted to electrify everyone."
Ross himself clarified that 'Trilla' "will be in stores August 28th" during the interview with DJBooth.net. However, the confirmation on the official release date can be expected through the album's official site. Meanwhile, learn about lead single 'Trilla' below.