By Nadeska Alexis
It’s been a big year for Rick Ross’ Maybach Music team and this seems to be only the beginning. Wale dropped his sophomore album Ambition on Tuesday (November 1), Rick Ross is expected to follow up with God Forgives, I Don’t in December and Meek Mill’s debut will arrive in 2012. The crew has been openly supportive of each other’s projects and during a backstage interview at the Powerhouse concert in Philadelphia on Friday, Meek promised that he would drop the remix to his hit “I’ma Boss” early, if fans showed their support for Wale’s album on Twitter.
"The 'I'ma Boss' remix: We gonna do a Twitter campaign; you gotta tweet Wale's album. If we get enough tweets of Wale's album, we're gonna drop the remix on 'em," Meek told MTV News. The remix for his breakout single from MMG’s Self Made Vol 1. will include features from T.I. and Lil Wayne for starters. "I was working on my verse yesterday in the studio," Meek teased of the remix."I put Tip's verse on the beat, we got Khaled in there somewhere, we got Wayne in there, Swizz [Beatz]." Anxious to hear Meek Mill’s “I’ma Boss (Remix)?”
Eager to hear Meek Mill's remix of "I'ma Boss"? Tweet @meekmill and @wale with the hashtag #Ambition in support of the new album. And Tune into "RapFix Live" at 4 p.m. today when Wale joins Sway on the red couch. Tweet your Ambition questions for the D.C. rapper to @MTVNews with the hashtag #RapFixLive.