The Maybach Music Group mogul has announced that his sixth solo album is slated to drop on December 17.
Rick Ross' eagerly-awaited full-length album, "Mastermind", is arriving soon. The boss of Maybach Music Group took to Twitter on Wednesday, October 9 to announce that his sixth solo album would be released on December 17.
"Mastermind. 4th Quarter. Takeover. Its Over. Get Ready. 12/17," Ross tweeted, along with a picture of him wearing a tux and a pair of black shades. "6th solo album. Mastermind 12/17," he tweeted again, this time captioning a black-and-white photo.
Next month, Ross will embark on his Mastermind tour to promote the follow-up to Grammy-nominated album "God Forgives, I Don't". The eight-date trek kicks off on November 12 in Detroit and wraps up in his hometown of Miami on November 23.
Ross recently released "No Games", the first single off the upcoming album. The Future-assisted track is a success as it has reached No. 45 on the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart. Along with other MMG artists, he has released a compilation album called "Self Made Vol. 3". The set debuted and peaked at No. 4 on Billboard 200 in September.
Mastermind. 4th Quarter. Takeover. Its Over. Get Ready. 12/17 pic.twitter.com/EozN537EAU— Mastermind (@rickyrozay) October 9, 2013
6th solo album. Mastermind 12/17 pic.twitter.com/GMon6hPsyk— Mastermind (@rickyrozay) October 9, 2013