By Nadeska Alexis
Rick Ross and T.I. are both gearing up to drop new mixtapes, Rich Forever and F— Da City respectively, and both rappers revealed new cover art for their projects on Thursday (December 29). After debuting a preliminary cover last week, Rozay has upgraded his red and black art, adding a photo of himself to the mix. T.I.’s artwork for F— Da City Up shows a city torn to shreds.
Rick Ross’ mixtape hasn’t received an official release date just yet, but the Miami rapper has already begun to record the visuals for the project’s title track “Rich Forever.” Earlier this week he tweeted a series of photos from his video set where Drake, Meek Mill, French Montana and DJ Khaled joined him. Rich Forever, hosted by DJ Scream and Shaheem Reid, will feature all new material and its safe to say that the aforementioned artists will all make appearances.
T.I.’s F— Day City Up mixtape will arrive on New Year’s Day, and after announcing plans to drop the project, Tip has continued to tease its release with a series of trailers. The second trailer shows Tip in the studio at work with Dr. Dre, while the third trailer shows him recording with Young Jeezy.
Both Rick Ross and T.I. will roll out studio albums after their new mixtapes. God Forgives, I Don’t will be Rick Ross’ fifth, while Trouble Man will be T.I.’s eighth.