TheMostUnrealBeats.com is proud to present you with The Boss. Rick Ross is the biggest goon in the game right now, and this mix is all Ross and every now and again some contributions from his boys. Some of the tracks are classics like Hustlin, Stay Schemin, or John. Others you might have never heard, such as the Rick Ross’ freestyle to Fuckin Problem, his remix to Bands A Make Her Dance, or his dope verses in Chief Keef’s 3Hunna Remix and Game’s Ali Bomaye. The mix is all about energy and dope lines from Rozay. Perfect for workouts, warmups, or even a party. Big shout out to Devin White for helping us at TheMostUnrealBeats create this mix. I’ll warn you now: This will get you hyped.
“Purple all in my sprite, I’m high as Denzel on Flight”
There are some songs that come out and you know that there will be a remix made by the likes of Rick Ross, Juicy J and the other greats in the game, and this song was one of those songs. This is a filthy remix from the start to the end with classic lines from Rick Ross to an unreal Juicy J verse talking about the movie Flight where Denzel Washington gets hammed while flying his plane. This song has it all and is totally worth the download, don’t be a fool, download this now.
Maybach Music. The self titled Boss drops of this freestyle over Chief Keef hit Love Sosa. Stalley is along for the ride, but holds his own with the MMG boss. Look out for the MMG album coming up. Until then enjoy this leak.
“Gold medals on my neck, I call it Michael Phelps”
The Game is back. Set for an album release sometime soon, he has been releasing new content weekly. Ali Bomaye is the highlight of these singles, featuring an epic beat and two of trap music’s biggest names. Rick Ross delivers his usual boss lyrics, and 2 Chainz once again shows why he has the catchiest intro in the game.
“I’ve seen 100 niggers die I put that on my life, lord, I wouldn’t tell a lie”
Rick Ross is probably one of the scariest rappers I have ever seen and this song provides a reason to be afraid of him. This track is filthy, this guy has never had a bad year when it comes to his rap game unlike Lil Wayne. If you like Rick Ross you will like this song it’s vintage Ross. Enjoy
You civilians may be wondering “what the (heck) do the Lakers and Thunder have to do a new DJ Khaled rap song”. Well my friends it is time for a new “Unreal Analogy”. “They Ready” by DJ Khaled features J.Cole, Kendrick Lamar, and Big K.R.I.T; each of who are up and coming superstars in today’s hip-hop game. “I Did it For My Dawgz” is a track which lets Rick Ross loose along with Jadakiss, Meek Mill, and Mr. Dwight Howard in the post himself French Montana. I used the Lakers and Thunder with great reason…see below.
“They Ready” Starting Line-Up
Kevin Durant- J. Motherflippin Cole (he came up fast, hit the top of the charts, extremely versatile, only improving, and has the potential to be the best at what he does)
Kendrick Per…sike Russel Westbrook- Kendrick Lamar (made a huge splash in recent times and is ready for his own spotlight)
James Harden- Big K.R.I.T (he is a wild card who rocks shades, competes with the best, but still has plenty to prove.
“I Did It For My Dawgz” Starting Line-up
I regretfully say that there is no Kobe Bryant in this line-up, but hey we’ve got the rest of the sqaud.
Dwight Howard: Rick Ross (he’s big, hes scary, and he doesnt give a damn about what people say…he just wants to be with his boys and earn that paper)
Steve Nash: Jadakiss (he has and always will deliver, he makes any song he touches better and he doesnt need to sing the hook to be noticed)
Ron Artest (refusal to comply with his Metta Worldpeace Shenanigans)- Meek Mill (he’s the loud one, he can make any song a fight song, and always goes out with a bang)
Pau Gasol- French Montana (there’s a European country in his name, and God Damnit that’s all I need)