7 Power Moves That Proves Rick Ross Is Rap’s Biggest Boss

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You can’t discredit a boss, right? Well, Rick Ross has done beyond an admirable job in showcasing his prowess as a power player in the rap industry. There’s little doubts in regards to his hit-making abilities, and now, there are even less mumbles in regards to his move as a boss. From restaurant chains to attacking the digital space, see how Rick Ross continues to thrive in this fast-paced industry.

BET Hip Hop Awards 2012 – Audience and Show

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Check Out Rick Ross’ Biggest Power Moves on the Following Pages.

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BET Hip Hop Awards 2011 – Arrivals

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Rick Ross proved his business acumen when he acquired the likes of Wale, Meek Mill, Stalley, and Omarion to help sail his Maybach Music Group label. Meek developed into a raging beast, who had a penchant for making club records. Wale rejuvenated his career, after his debacle of debut album with Interscope. Under the tutelage of Ross, this label shined.

Rick Ross Owning Wingstop

Rick Ross Wingstop

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It didn’t come as a surprise to anyone when Ross teamed up with Wingstop to deliver hearty chicken for the streets. Not only did his decision put money in his pocket, but also, food in people’s stomachs.