Rick Ross is now an author.
The 43-year-old rapper, record executive and entrepreneur, now adds the title ‘author’ to his name, thanks to the announcement of his first book dubbed ‘Hurricanes.’ The Clarksdale Mississippi native shot to fame after releasing his album ‘Hustlin’ in 2006. Now 13 years later, the rapper established his own music label Maybach Music Group and has released 9 solo albums to date.
The Belair champagne brand ambassador took to Instagram to share his latest project, much to the excitement of his fans. From correctional officer to award-winning artist, Ross has lived a life with unbelievable turns; which make for a very gripping memoir.
According to Ebony, Rick Ross does not hold back in this book. Ebony reported “In Hurricanes, Ross moves beyond the headlines, opening up about the experiences that inform his creative process. His upbringing in Carol City. His past as both a drug dealer and correctional officer. His scuffles in the streets and in the industry. The seizures. The drive-by shootings. The 2015 arrest on kidnapping and assault charges. It is a remarkable story of not only surviving the storms of life but reaching the highest levels of achievement in spite of them.” The page-turner is set to be released to the public later this year on September 3rd, 2019.
Ross’ book deal is among the many good things that have the ‘Boss’ crooner prospering in 2019. His haircare line ‘Rich by Rick Ross’ is slated to feature in more Sally Beauty outlets across America according to a recent announcement by the beauty supply megastore last week (7.03.2019). The luxury haircare line which features a shampoo, conditioner and styling gel will be available to many more consumers, projecting more profits for the ‘Super High’ crooner.
Rick Ross is a 4-time Grammy nominated artist from Mississippi. Getting his first big break in 2006 after the release of the album ‘Hustlin.’ Ricky Rose’s empire also includes a chain of fast food restaurants named ‘Wingstop’. According to The Vibe, Rick is always “incorporating the fast food restaurant’s name in his songs, Rick Ross never hesitates to promote the wing-tastic franchise, especially since he owns 25 of them.