By Jason Brendler
Rozay sat down with Civil TV and gave fans an idea of what they can look forward to on the album, while detailing some of his inspiration. “In the past year I done seen some things, I done been through some things, so you’re gunna feel that passion and that aggression,” the Teflon Don said. “I think the streets are really gunna love this.”
He shouted out Nipsey Hussle and Dom Kennedy, explaining that he supports their movement and is always willing to assist if possible. “That’s just me still being able to be a fan,” he said.
Rozay also talked about his record with Jay Z, “F—kWithMeYouKnowIGot It,” saying that they came up with it while talking about their careers and their catalogs. “We wanted to make sure the South was heard,” said Ross. “Last time I felt like the South was really heard was on “Big Pimpin.”
According to Ross, the definition of a mastermind is “one who’s on a path to accomplish whatever it is he’s set out to accomplish.” He added that when he says “mastermind,” Pusha T’s new album, My Name is My Name is the type of thing he’s talking about. Those are some big props coming from the Mastermind himself.
Although the album’s not dropping until December, fans shouldn’t worry because the Bawse plans on releasing another record before the album comes out. He recently dropped “No Games” featuring Future and the video is coming soon.
Check out the trailer for Mastermind and stay tuned.