Bold and indulgent, God Forgives, I Don’t embodies why Rick Ross has become a fixture that listeners can depend on, as well as an executive who can strategize success for not only himself but others around him.
With its share of both musical indulgence and serious self-reflection, it’s an album as big and sturdy as the man behind it.
God Forgives… wins at selling an image and with profitable results.
God Forgives is the first project of his to bend under the weight of rap-industry expectation.
Though it’s solid enough to maintain Ross’ reputation as one of commercial rap’s most reliable album artists, God Forgives rarely feels like an event
God Forgives is consistently, pleasantly underwhelming
Thanks to his voice and the production God Forgives, I Don’t remains an aurally pleasing experience even if it doesn’t bring anything timeless to the table.