Rick Ross, Drake Talk 'Dope' 'Aston Martin Music' Video

'I'm excited to go and handle that,' Drizzy says of plans to shoot clip for breezy Teflon Don track in Miami.

Forget maintaining: He has to keep bawwwllin'! [artist id="2000082"]Rick Ross[/artist] and his director Spiff TV just shot a video for "I'm Not a Star" in Miami, and Ricky Rozay says he's about to get down in MIA with another one. This time, he wrangled Drake for "Aston Martin Music."

"Yeah. I mean, it's on the schedule," Drake confirmed while walking the Video Music Awards white carpet. "I'm excited to go and handle that. I'm rehearsing for this tour in Miami right after this. Anything is possible."

"We were just going over treatments for 'Aston Martin Music,' " Ross told MTV News during VMA weekend in Los Angeles. "We're going to shoot the dope version: Drake's going to be rapping his verse and Chrisette [Michele will be there] and most definitely me. We're just finalizing all the details. We should be shooting that hopefully next week, so look for that real soon."

Ross said he wanted to switch his sound up just a little after murdering the clubs and the streets in recent months with his massive Teflon Don LP.

"It's just a lot of records that feel good," the Miami native said of his latest album. "After you've had the 'B.M.F.' anthems, the 'MC Hammer's, the 'I'm Not a Star's, you're on the 'O Let's Do It's, you wanna deliver them next-level records. Them different kind of records to always show, 'I'm capable of doing this.' As an artist, it's always dope when you can put out two or three street singles, four street singles, and then holiday time, 'Aston Martin Music.' That'll make the ladies appreciate it even more and paint a picture."

As this year comes to a close, fans will be able to get a taste of the Bawse up close and personal as he hits the road.

"Most definitely, we got a Blowing Money Fast Tour on deck," Ross told us. "We also have another tour with Puff Daddy. We working all the dates together and we're going to make an announcement real soon."

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