Rick Ross Teaches You How To ‘Boss’ On The Rolling Stone Podcast


Hip-hop legend Rick Ross shares life lessons and secrets to success (much from his new book, The Perfect Day to Work: A Scammer’s Guide to Building Your Empire) in an interview with Jeff Ihaza on the latest episode of our Rolling Stone Music Now podcast. “This is, for me, the definition of the boss mentality,” says Ross. “When you find yourself with downtime, and instead of sitting still, you’re writing a book. “



Ross, who appears on Drake’s Boy in love certified, also talks about how Kanye West got him to dig deeper into his “Devil in A New Dress” verse, his month-long struggle with COVID-19 symptoms, his ambitions to direct a movie, his next album, and much more.

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