The video comes just months after photos of Ross, T-Pain and Kodak surfaced on social media with a group of Miami artists and DJs. After causing a buzz for the last few weeks, the Miami native delivers the first visual off his upcoming album, Port Of Miami 2: Born to Kill.
Ross is seen cruising next to the Port of Miami in a pink convertible with T-Pain and two lovely women sitting behind them. Then Rozay gives us a tour of Dade County’s corner stores, and embrace the football fields that has become a hotbed for college recruits.
The video is full of cameos from Florida’s most influential celebrities like Uncle Luke, DJ Khaled, Ice Billion Berg, Flo-Rida, Piccalo, Lunch Money Lewis, Billy Blue and Sam Sneak, 99 JAMZ’s Supa Cindy and 103.5 The Beat’s Mr. Mauricio. Dade County’s emerging rappers like Major Nine, Kiddo Marv, Lajan Slim and more also make an appearance.