Since wanting to spark some interest in their brand and become a staple in hip hop fashion again, Reebok has aligned its self with the self-proclaimed “Boss” Rick Ross.
Ross welcomes us to his city and takes us all the way to his MMG home while wearing the Reebok Classic Sneaker in his new commercial for the brand’s “It Takes A Lot to Make A Classic” Campaign. Watch below.
Ross also sat down with Reebok for a short promo interview.
Yet another one from the Ambition rapper Wale this week. Wale and MMG leader Rick Ross take us to the tattoo parlor for Wale’s newest video “Tatts On My Arm”. The visual was directed by Dre Films.
Magazine theme issues are genius. They not only give the reader something to look forward to but offers a variety of material on one topic. VIBE Magazine rolls out its SEXY Issue.
Model and glorified girlfriend, Amber Rose covers VIBE’s SEXY issue with rap star Rick Ross on a second cover. Rose is a given. VIBE would have been stupid not to put her on the cover. Although Ross is at the top of my list and is no stranger to a VIBE cover, many are surprised to see the Boss gracing the front of the SEXY issue. Personally, I love that VIBE steered away from typical.
Both artist open up and share things you wouldn’t normally find out in a regular promotional interview. Rose discusses Kanye West and their break-up, rebounding with Reggie Bush, becoming an icon and more. The Breakfast Club’s Angela Yee sat down with Ross to find out what type of woman he likes.
Catch the June/July issue of VIBE for more from Amber Rose and Rick Ross.
Wiz Khalifa – “Black And Yellow”
Faith Evans feat. Raekwon – “Everyday Struggle”
Skillz feat. Raheem Devaughn – “Call Me Crazy”
T.I. feat. Rick Ross – “Pledge Allegiance To The Swag”
NE-YO – “Try Me Out”
The Foreign Exchange – “Maybe She’ll Dream of Me”
*GMPR’s Music Pick of the Week
…let me know what you think of this Thursday’s Selection!
Rick Ross’ Teflon Don hit shelves today and in support of his album release Def Jam has released something as well. Surprisingly, Rick Ross has a passion for collecting figurines so Def Jam has created limited edition collectible figurines of the self proclaimed BOSS. The figurine is another way to promote the album and a lil something extra special for die hard fans.
What do you think about the figurines as a promotional tool? Will you be getting one?