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ROOOZZAAAYYY!! Can you believe it’s been a decade since Rick Ross had his first big record with “Hustlin'”? Me either. But alas, Ross broke through to the mainstream with this record and his debut album Port of Miami in 2006. He was 30 years old so it’s never too late to make that dream finally work.

To celebrate “The Boss'” birthday, I took the liberty to put together this playlist of some of his biggest records (“Hustlin'”, “B.M.F.”, “Magnificent”) along with some of his best guest features (“I’m On One”, “Lord Knows”, “100 Million”) and everything in between. This one is a little over three hours so play this while you’re killing time at work and bask in the glory of Rozay on his 40th birthday. Comment below or hit me on Twitter to tell me your favorite Ross verse or song as well.

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