“Too Good To Be True” has arrived.
The long-awaited collaboration between 9x Grammy Award-nominated and multi-platinum rapper Rick Ross and chart-topping artist Meek Mill is out now via Maybach Music Group/gamma.
An album that represents a full circle moment between the dynamic duo and has been eagerly awaited due to the outsized talents of its creators. “Too Good To Be True” is destined to make an impact on the culture with its original sound and earnest lyrics exemplified by the first two voraciously consumed tracks, “Shaq & Kobe” and “Lyrical Eazy” The next single from the project, “Go to Hell” is another hit and features an iconic sample from Tears For Fears.
Clocking in at approximately an hour, Ross and Meek have integrated an impressive line-up of star-power on the album with special guests including DJ Khaled, Fabolous, French Montana, Future, Jeremih, Teyana Taylor, The-Dream, Vory, Wale and the legend himself, Shaquille O’Neal with Dame D.O.L.L.A.
Rozay spoke about the project during a recent interview with Rolling Stone, explaining why he decided to reunite with Meek on a proper album.
“I just feel like because of the classic records we’ve released and collaborated on,” the 47-year-old said. “We were in the studio late one night and Meek put on ‘the best dunks and the best duos,’ and I was like, ‘That’s it. We Shaq and Kobe. It’s too easy.’ How many people could go up against me and Meek Mill at one time? If Meek Mill does ‘Dreams and Nightmares’ right now, I don’t give a fuck who’s in the arena, they gonna have a problem. If I drop ‘Every day I’m hustlin’,’ I don’t give a fuck who in there, they got a problem.”