Rick Ross Trending Over His NPR Tiny Desk (Home) Concert [VIDEO]
Rick Ross is making headlines, over a powerful performance during NPR’s Tiny Desk (Home) concert. His performance took place in the gallery space of Miami artist Rich B Caliente, The Boss’ longtime collaborator and friend.
His set list included, “Super High”, “B.M.F. (Blowin’ Money Fast)”, “Aston Martin Music”, “I’m Not A Star”, “F*ckwithmeyouknowigotit” and “Tears of Joy”.
His band included drummer Rashid Williams and bassist Thaddaeus Tribbett, background singer and Ne-Yo protege Troy Tyler, vocalist Elijah Blake and Monty Reynolds.
Check out some reactions on Twitter.
I’m Gon Say This One Time & I’m Not Even Gon Argue Wit Y’all………
Rick Ross Is Top 5. The Catalog Speaks For Itself. *Drops Mic* pic.twitter.com/MYxtBzSiFZ
— DJ First Class™ ? (@1DJFirstClass) February 16, 2021
Rick Ross is one of the best to ever do it
— Cushty (@cushtylifestyle) February 16, 2021
you haters is crazy Rick Ross killed this the background noise from the singers are so dope it add a different element plus live instruments this go hard ??pic.twitter.com/89xh5PG6i9
— A Pimp Name Shake Back ? (@All_Cake88) February 16, 2021
I love Rick Ross man but that band not hitting hahahahahahahahaha he should’ve had the Roots pull up to the crib.
One dude singing so flat on “Aston Martin Music”
— CHASE (@ChaseNCashe) February 16, 2021
See his performance below.