Migos and Rick Ross Team Up on ‘Black Bottles’
Following in the footsteps of Drake, who released three new songs without warning on Saturday (Oct. 25), Rick Ross dropped a new track featuring Migos called 'Black Bottles.' The song is a 4-minute advertisement for his Luc Belaire rose champagne and getting turned up in the clubs.
Produced by Tone the Beat Bully, 'Black Bottles' is a thunderous trap banger that will certainly get rap heads amped. Rozay and the Atlanta trio spit tough rhymes with a plethora of drug-related punchlines. Migos have the standout verses on this street-certified track.
Quavo kicks it off rapping, "Walkin' out the bando with a 4-5 / My mama told me get money and stay alive / I can't make the deal, I think he wearing a wire / Pitch a hard ball and they hit it, call him Mark McGwire."
Takeoff follows with his tongue-twisting drug-infused rhymes with some catchy punchlines.
"Travelin' around the globe, I was told not to sell my soul for the price of fame and never fold / Had to jump behind the internet / A n---- takin' chains, Debo," he spits.
Finally, Offset raps about cooking keys [no Alicia] and the riches he gained from it.
"You say that you got the big money / But really your money is sesame seeds / I got this bitch named Valerie, she sellin me bricks from Sicily / My neck is flooded and my double cup is mudded / The streets made me a villain, out that bowl, I made a million," he raps.
No word where 'Black Bottles' is going to end up, but it will probably appear on Migos’ upcoming 'Rich N---- Timeline' mixtape, which will be available on Nov. 5. Meanwhile, Rick Ross will drop his new project 'Hood Billionaire' on Nov. 24.
Listen to their track below. Bottles up!