Rozay isn't finished recording and the LP doesn't have a release date yet, but Khaled — whose album We the Best Forever is in stores this week — is already making big predictions.
"God Forgives, I Don't is a classic-in-the-making. Let me tell you something right now: This album is so crazy from the beginning of what I've been in the studio hearing already," he told MTV News on Wednesday (July 20). "I can't give you too much because I'm going to let him do that, because that's his project, but I could tell you right now it's classic and he is talking that talk."
As far as Ross' albums go, it has been a year since his last LP, Teflon Don, was released, but the rotund Miami rapper has kept a high profile, releasing his Maybach Music Group project Self Made, Vol. 1 in May. Compilation singles like "Tupac Back" and "Ima Boss" have kept Ross on the charts, as well as songs on which Ross is featured (Lil Wayne's "John" and Khaled's "I'm On One"), have kept the Miami MC on the airwaves.
Khaled noted his homey's growth, telling us the Bawse gets better with each album. "God Forgives, I Don't, it fits the time because right now it's no rules," Khaled said. "We don't see 'em; we going hard and that's what Ross is doin'."
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