Now that Rick Ross has finally dropped his fourth album, 'Teflon Don,' the Bawse has his sights set on recruiting Pittsburgh rapper Wiz Khalifa, for his Maybach Music label.

During the debut episode of MTV's 'RapFix Live' on Friday, July 30, Ross revealed to interviewer Sway that he was in the process of courting the 22-year-old rapper. "You know, Wiz, what's happening, this is the Boss, Ricky Ross, Teflon Don," he directed towards Khalifa. "You know we spoke of this in the last week or two, but my question is even more personal that I'd love to ask you right now. What would it take for us to close the deal, Wiz Khalifa and Maybach Music?"

Ross has shown more interest in the young emcee, following their collaboration on the song 'Super High,' along with Curren$y. "I feel like the homie is a superstar," Ross said. "We discussed this last week. He's most definitely loyal to his team. But like I told him, there's always more to get."

Wiz Khalifa hasn't made an official move to accept Ross' offer, but he is scheduled to appear on the August 30 installation of 'RapFix Live.' Wiz released his debut album, 'Show and Prove,' in 2006, before signing to Warner Bros. Records in 2007. His most recent release was the April mixtape 'Kush And Orange Juice.'