Carol City & Miami’s own, rapper Rick Ross aka The Biggest BOSS has decided it’s finally time to peel back another layer and reveal more about his life to the general public in the form of a Memoir / book. While on his Port of Miami 2 press-run Rozay dropped in on The Breakfast Club where he spoke a bit on the book which based on the highlights and few insights revealed during the interview, seems to be a very good read.
“Hurricanes: A memoir” Rick Ross’ first book, published by Hanover Square Press, has a release date set for September 3rd 2019. Rick Ross wrote the book in collaboration with Neil Martinez-Belkin who also co-wrote The Autobiography of Gucci Mane.
Based on multiple press releases in Hurricanes Rick Ross paints a vivid, dramatic and very candid picture of his early childhood, his adolescence, street life as a dope boy in Carol City’s notorious Matchbox housing projects and his challenging but successful ascent into the hip hop game where he now comfortable sits as a BOSS who benefits from much more than just rap music and tours. Definitely a good read, be sure to cop it when it comes out.
Peep the cover to the book and also Rick Ross’ Breakfast Club Interview below: