Rick Ross became the latest artist to appear on NPRs Concert for small table (at home) series, performing an impressive 20-minute set while sitting on a gilded throne.
During the latest NPR set, Ross walked into a gallery space owned by Miami artist Rich B Caliente and walked through a selection of his greatest hits – including ‘BMF (Blowin’ Money Fast) ’and‘ Aston Martin Music ’, with frequent favorites like like‘ I am not a star ”and“ Tears of Joy ”.
The intimate performance also saw Ross alongside a full band, which provided musical support for bass, drums, keys and backing vocals.
He comes after Ross announced his latest album ‘Richer Than I Ever Een Been’ in November and has given up on the following songs including ‘Entanglements’ and ‘Pinned to the Cross’.
Last year, he also battled 2 Chainz in a fiercely contested Verzuz clash, which sees competitors play a song from a list of 20 songs from their entire discography in turn as fans, friends and fellow artists follow. The winner is later decided by Timbaland and Swizz Beatz.
Review of Ross’ latest album, ‘Port of Miami 2’ from 2019, NME wrote, “Celebrating what it’s like to be young, flying and flashy,” Port of Miami 2 “comes with the best production money that can be bought, even if it slows the door down a bit.”