"Whenever [artist id="1244169"]Diddy[/artist] calls, I know it's 'bout a big check," [artist id="2000082"]Rick Ross[/artist] raps on Diddy-Dirty Money's "Angels" remix.
The Boss and Chairman Combs have been hanging tight a lot lately. They're on the "Angels" remix together, they jumped on Waka Flocka Flame's "O Let's Do It" as well. Ross even posted footage of himself on a jet that was "lent out" by Diddy as he flew from Las Vegas. The ultimate Diddy co-sign had to be on the set of the "Angels" remix video, when Puff compared Rick to the Notorious B.I.G.
"I guess him and Biggie locked up in a room," Diddy said about Ross' rhymes on the track in an online video. "My man D-Roc even said that. My man D-Roc co-signed. He said, 'That man right here is sounding like our homie.' That's a mean co-sign. I don't know what was going on in the studio, the spirits was connecting. It ain't bootleg; it's organic — straight Whole Foods. A lot of n---as be having preservatives in y'all sh--. This sh-- is straight uncut raw.
"This right here is just the beginning," Diddy added. "Look out for us to do more things."
So what exactly are those things? We caught up with Diddy in Dallas during NBA All-Star Weekend, and he said we'll all just have to see how everything goes.
"We've just been doing little things together," Diddy explained. "If it organically grows into something, that's cool. But it's not no master plan for something else bigger than that."
Ross and the Carol City Cartel just put out the mixtape The Timeless Audemars Piguet Collection. It's the prequel to Ross' upcoming Teflon Don LP. The first record from the album is "Mafia Music 2" featuring Chrisette Michele. The video was shot by Spiff TV for Maybach Films and launched on Tuesday.