Following the release of his new mixtape, Ashes to Ashes, Rick Ross announced Tuesday morning (January 4) that his next album will be titled God Forgives, I Don’t.
And, so far has leaked it’s first cut — a collaboration with Drake called “Made Men.”
The Miami rapper called into New York’s Power 105 radio station Tuesday to reveal the news about the album, while in the studio working with Wale and his Maybach Music Group signees.
“I’m in Swisher Studios right now working on my new project,” he told radio trio, The Breakfast Club. “50 percent of the album [is] already [done]. This is the first time I’m revealing it, but the name of the album is God Forgives, I Don’t.”
The choice may cause a little controversy, according to TheBoomBox.com, who reports that Bronx rapper Cory Gunz revealed that his solo debut EP would bear that title in August 2010.
Gunz told Vibe.com that the EP was finished during the August interview, but said he was holding off on its release until the right time.
Ross still has time to change it, if he’d like. At press time, it was unclear when Ross’ God Forgives, I Don’t would drop. Until then, you can rock with Ross’ Ashes To Ashes mixtape. Download it over at iTapez.com