Rick Ross Streams “Black & White” Remix featuring Stalley, Gunplay, & Killer Mike

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The first track to surface from Rick Ross this month turns a fan favorite upside down with fresh verses and talk of the recent violence in Ferguson, MO.

Last night, Maybach Music Group head honcho Rick Ross released the official remix of “Black & White.” The song, which originally appeared on the album Mastermind, has been completely reworked from a lyrical perspective. Ross talks about the violence in Ferguson and ongoing struggle black men face, with support from Stalley, Gunplay, and Killer Mike. You can stream the track, in full, below:

Ross released Mastermind earlier this year, but that has not stopped the rap superstar from new material on a regular basis. No more than two weeks have passed this month without new verses from Ross, and I don’t think that trend will end anytime soon. Follow UTG on Twitter for updates.

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