Guess who’s back? Rick Ross is showing fans who's boss with the surprise release of his new album, Black Dollar. The project will hit stores on Thursday (Sept. 3).

This is a total surprise because we didn't get any clues that the rapper was working on a new LP. The collection will be the Bawse’s eighth project and follows behind his 2014 efforts, Mastermind and Hood Billionaire. A cursory glance at iTunes showed no listing of the project but hopefully Rozay will reveal the cover art and track list before Thursday.

The set’s first single is “Foreclosures,” produced by J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League and 8 Bars. The song is a symphonic banger on which Ross gets introspective about fame and how money affects his personal relationships with friends and family. “I never took an L back when Meek failed / Just drove the numbers all the way back up at retail,” he raps, referring to Meek's lost in his rap battle against Drake.

Ross also revealed that he’s dropping another single called “Money Dance,” which features The-Dream.

Get ready because it looks like Rick Ross is back on his hustle before the summer ends. 

Listen to Rick Ross' "Foreclosures"

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