Rick Ross isn't exactly a health nut, but after suffering a seizure last year, he was told by doctors to "eat fruit and just relax for a little while," as he recalled in an interview with MTV. This was good advice, and not just because it probably saved his life. The medically mandated diet also inspired "Diced Pineapples," the latest song to surface from his forthcoming God Forgives, I Don't album.

During his convalescence, the Maybach Music boss fell hard for the titular fruit, and on the track -- a slow jam featuring spoken-word Wale poetry and a hook sung by Drake -- he raps about other things he finds just as sweet, like spending money and romancing his lady.

"I love to make her toes curl as I'm licking on her flesh," Rozay raps, setting a sensual mood Drizzy picks up on and runs with in the chorus.

"Feels better when you let it out, don't it, girl," he croons, singing from the perspective of a dude trying to make peace with his girl. "Then we fuck all night 'til things get right."

God Forgives, I Don't drops Tues., July 31.

Listen to Rick Ross' "Diced Pineapples" Feat. Wale & Drake

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