Fresh off the release of joint LP Too Good to Be True, duo also perform their 2011 hit “Ima Boss”
Fresh off the release of Rick Ross and Meek Mill’s new album Too Good to Be True, the duo performed a pair of tracks on Friday’s The Tonight Show.
For the performance, Ross and Mill first delivered the hit “Shaq & Kobe” from their joint LP before segueing into “Ima Boss,” the decade-old collaboration that brought the rappers together back in 2011.
As the rappers previously revealed, Too Good to Be True was recorded and released in just a two-month span.
“We won already. We playing with what? The house’s money, and it’s only one way to explain that or describe that,” Ross said in the interview. “It’s too good to be true, which is the name of the project me and Meek Mill will be releasing. Too Good To Be True. We’ll give you that ASAP.”
Meek Mill added, “When me and Rozay got in the studio, it was all about real energy, organic motivation. This Rozay, I’m rapping next to too. This Rozay, top five dead or alive right now. I don’t know who want to argue with that?”
Too Good to Be True, which also features the single “Lyrical Eazy,” arrived Friday, November 10 via Ross’ Maybach Music Group and Gamma, a new-ish label launched by former Apple Music exec Larry Jackson.
The joint album marks both rappers’ first release of 2023 and first in two years: Meek Mill last put out Expensive Pain in October 2021, followed a month later by Ross’ most recent LP, Richer Than I Ever Been.