Port of Miami 2

Rick Ross - Port of Miami 2
Critic Score
Based on 6 reviews
2019 Ratings: #547 / 649
User Score
Based on 137 ratings
2019 Ratings: #1125
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August 9, 2019 / Release Date
LP / Format
Maybach, Epic / Label
Trap Rap / Genres
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'Port Of Miami 2' shows Renzel with his pen at his sharpest, his beats at their grandest and his coveted guest verse spots at their most impactful.

Age has mellowed rap’s most audacious fabulist, and on the sequel to his breakout debut, he settles into his luxe sound like a pair of velvet slippers.
While he's obviously past his prime, Rick Ross proves he's got some pears left on the tree and delivers a project worthy of the Port of Miami name. Big budget features, many of whom owe Ross and MMG for their stardom, dominate the entirety of the album yet Ross' booming voice remains at the forefront. Maximalist production, lyrics touting the life of luxury Rozay has accustomed himself to, and occasional cringe-inducing moments (the skit with Rick and his girl talking about how she ... read more
This album is not as impressive as Rick Ross has been before, but it is still sufficient enough to entertain for an hour. There were a few songs on here that should’ve been left off, but other than that it is a solid project. Bogus Charms is one of those songs that should’ve been left off, it sounds like a Jaden Smith song that was just taken off of SYRE or ERYS. The production throughout the album is interesting enough to keep the audience hooked and Ross’ smokey delivery is ... read more
I appreciate Ross's consistency, he always got some good tracks in this albums and is always able to maintain a certain level of quality for the rest.
Entertaining in a way, because Ross has an ear for beats. But his dumb-ass studio gangster bling-bling lyrics are so tiring, just a bunch of good beats can not save the album.

"Diamonds on her neck (Neck), diamonds on her wrist (Wrist), I  put her diamonds on her mouth 'cause it's diamonds on my dick" LOL

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Rick Ross is an amazing feature artist, but a whole project of his is extremely underwhelming, especially when he recycles hip-hop tropes of the past decade with guest vocalists on the choruses of numerous tracks here. A handful of the features are pretty underwhelming too, such as late Nipsey Hussle's on the disappointing and confused Rich Nigga Lifestyle, and YFN Lucci on I Still Pray. A lot of the sounds here just feel really dated and bland, which is a shame seeming how much I love Ross on ... read more
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Track List

  1. Act a Fool (feat. Wale)
  2. Turnpike Ike
  3. Nobody’s Favorite (feat. Gunplay)
  4. Summer Reign (feat. Summer Walker)
  5. White Lines (feat. DeJ Loaf)
  6. BIG TYME (feat. Swizz Beatz)
  7. Bogus Charms (feat. Meek Mill)
  8. Rich Nigga Lifestyle (feat. Nipsey Hussle & Teyana Taylor)
  9. Born to Kill (feat. Jeezy)
  10. Fascinated
  11. I Still Pray (YFN Lucci & Ball Greezy)
  12. Running the Streets (feat. A Boogie wit da Hoodie & Denzel Curry)
  13. Vegas Residency
  14. Maybach Music VI
  15. Gold Roses (feat. Drake)
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Added on: July 16, 2019