How many rappers live a life so luxurious that they can flip scenes from a vacation into a lush visual befitting of music video treatment? Rick Ross is on the short-list. The MMG captain already blessed us with visual support for his excellent new album by way of "I Think She Like Me," "She on My Dick," and "Trap Trap Trap." But today brings a new clip for one of the album's underrated but still very solid cuts, "Triple Platinum"—an unscheduled release by way of a light flex. Basically Ross and his crew were in Aruba for Flip Flop Festival and in between work, they relaxed in the MMG way: Belaire bottles and boats. Slab kept the cameras rolling while Ross, featured MMG artist Scrilla, Sam Sneak and co. enjoyed themselves in a manner that fits perfectly with Ross' subject matter on the song. But we'll let the Boss address it himself:
"While in Aruba, I just decided to turn the cameras on and have fun," Ross told Complex via email. "We never set it up as a official music video, I just wanted my fans to enjoy my music with such a dope scenery. So I present to you: the un-official music video for 'Triple Platinum.'"
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