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1 Verse, 1 Hearse #8, Rick Ross – I Love My Bitches

October 18, 2011 · Posted in 1 verse 1 hearse · 17 Comments 

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I’ve been meaning to throw this song in the Killer hearse since last week. But if you remember, I had to take that trip to Cole World. The verse carcass is really stinking up my computer too, so I have to get rid of it. Plus it’s perfect timing for those of you who take the bawse for granted. Rozay may not blow you away with lyrics or depth, but he’ll always make you grunt after listening. UGH. The Just Blaze produced “I Love My Bitches” is no exception. Don’t take Ross for granted, God forgives, Rozay won’t.

Rick Ross does not have any knockout punchlines, riot causing lyricism, or any hard hitting club music in his repertoire, but you still listen to him. Why? 1 word, bawse. Plus, he has a magnificent ear for beats, and his use of alliteration is nearly unmatched. Let’s load “I Love My Bitches” on the Killer hearse; on the way to the cemetery we’ll talk about Ross’ music, and why he’s so popular.

“I Love My Bitches” represents Rick Ross’ Hip Hop DNA. Loud beats, cocky lyrics and lots of UGH’s. Just Blaze does a great job laying down the red carpet for Rozay’s performance. Ross then swings for the fences in the 1st pitch with the arrogant, “A month ago, I gave a chick a hundred stacks/ Straight to Neiman Marcus, young bitch had a heart attack”. UGH. But, the alliteration in the 2nd quarter of the 1st verse helped me put this track in a hearse. Ross goes, “Bottles, Beamers, brand New Benz’s, Barbies, ballerina’s and Britney’s, Barbra Streisand edition Bentleys, Bricks, big face, hundreds in bundles”. That’s 13 B’s in 18 words. Ross’ emphasis on words adds to the power of Ross’ music. UGH.

Now you might be thinking that I’m a fool for praising arrogance, alliteration, and adding an extra emphasis on words, but name a person that can do this better than Rick Ross? How many people try to copy Rozay and his beard? Few people in Hip-Hop portray the boss persona as successful as Rick Ross. Rozay empowers listeners with his hustler mentality. Nobody is doing it like Ross right now. Oh but he’s a C.O.? Well then his success is even more impressive. Rozay put this verse in a hearse, UGH. Don’t question me, I won’t forgive.

Written by: @QuezKHH like me on facebook.

PS. Don’t catch feelings because I talk about death and Rick Ross only a couple of days after Ross suffers two seizures. Just to make it clear, I would never wish death on anybody, so chill. Get well soon bawse, UGH.

Comments

17 Responses to “1 Verse, 1 Hearse #8, Rick Ross – I Love My Bitches”

  1. d bags on October 18th, 2011 5:17 am

    quez!!! i was loving all your stuff until this! rozay never deserves a 1 verse, 1 hearse, neither did tyler, the creator (my memory might be faulty on that one), quez i’ll be expecting much better for number 9

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    shade Reply:

    @d bags,

    i completely agree…this does not deserve ‘1 verse, 1 hearse’ at all…im disappointed.

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  2. nike001 on October 18th, 2011 5:25 am

    Meh, Kinda agree with you Quez. Ross is aboring rapper to me..doesn’t capture me as much as other rappers. My fear is that he’s making Wale this way..because I think Wale is going downhill because of this MMG crew. People are saying Wale ruined MMG, but MMG is ruining Wale. One of the main reasons I like this song though, is because it’s not another repetitive Lex Luger beat. Thank the lord.

    Praying 11.1.11 is on par for typical Wale in his lyrical depth and poetry.

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    nick Reply:

    @nike001, wale has done nothing but grow because of maybach music, ambition will be such a great album.

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  3. Tha Phantom on October 18th, 2011 5:41 am

    finally someone realizes that rick ross has stepped up his lyrics game ten-fold since his initial “hustlin” and “pushin”. he creates songs that you know some of my favorite lyricists can’t do and praise him for doing so. he does invoke the listener to want to aspire to have what he claims to, and it’s a smooth, anthemic listen. i don’t understand the hate, rozay kills it

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    Jiminey Piff-It Reply:

    @Tha Phantom, YESSS . Rozay has deff grown & with a ” still street ” fresh out rapper like Meek & a less raunchy rapper like Wale … THEY ARE A FORCE .

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  4. Jiminey Piff-It on October 18th, 2011 5:48 am

    ohman , SMH at whoever feels like Rozay doesnt deserve a 1 verse 1 hearse .. if it was up to me , i wouldve gave one to Aston Martin Music . & your right , Rozay deff has a good ear for beats but songs like AMM , Veterans Day & Made Men are deff classics for the boss . & honestly i kept my tabs on Rozay since ” hustlin ” but when Ashes To Ashes dropped , he instantly became a favorite to me . thing about him is he has that certain stink to him .. just like Yeezy , Weezy , Jigga & Drizzy who all have there own stink to em . Rozay has that ” i’ve been hustlin all day , but now im home to some champagne & a model chick ” type of smell . raunchy but yet soothing . . . . would we still like Yeezy if he lost his arrogance ? would we still like Weezy if he started caring ? would we still like Drizzy if he turned gangsta ? probably not & its all cause the certain stink they bring to the rap game . Rozay has finally attained his smell after Ashes To Ashes & making a fierce team ( MMG ) … salute

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    Chi Simpson!!! Reply:

    @Jiminey Piff-It, LOVE THIS DUDE!

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    Jiminey Piff-It Reply:

    @Chi Simpson!!!, thanks , just my three cents on it lol

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  5. Chi Simpson!!! on October 18th, 2011 6:26 am

    Uhhhhhhh I feel like rozay should have been recognized for another song, NOT THIS ONE…I mean the 12 B’S that got him noticed on here, I feel was a little kiddish and it seems easy like anybody could have said that but he has wayyy better lyrics on different songs such as “ALL THE MONEY IN THE WORLD”…Now thats a good ass song plus he has other songs that should have been on here…but not this one dude…As for MMG…WALE IS HANDS DOWN THE MOST LYRICAL ON THERE…Ummm if he doesnt become more popular wit MMG then he should definitely leave the group cauz i feel like hes on a different level than all of them but so far he has a couple of good ass songs wit them…But as for the other members i really dont pay attention to them so i have no room to judge…

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    Jiminey Piff-It Reply:

    @Chi Simpson!!!, true, maybe the song doesnt deserve a hearse but Rozay deff does ( NO PUN INTENDED ) it was long overdue

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  6. Jon on October 18th, 2011 6:57 am

    Yea man! that line’s been stuck on my head. “A month ago, I gave a chick a hundred stacks/ Straight to Neiman Marcus, young bitch had a heart attack”. UGH.and the beats goes. shiii. UGH! good thing Baw$ didnt die, tht would suck.

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  7. recycledbeing on October 18th, 2011 10:37 am

    you should listen tech n9ne’s b.boy song and count how many b’s tech n9ne says. Just sayin’.

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  8. John Doe!! on October 18th, 2011 3:15 pm

    MORE LYK GOD FORGIVES, HAMBURGERS DON’T

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  9. Dre on October 18th, 2011 7:05 pm

    Ross def. doesn’t deserve 1 verse 1 hearse. He is the epitome of whats wrong with rap. He ‘s a mediocre lyricist at best. I don’t care that he was a C.O, but don’t pretend something you’re not. His content is just bad. The only good thing about him is that he has a good ear for beats and knows how to pick the right features.

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  10. Johnny Gauge on October 19th, 2011 2:04 am

    Maybe not for I love My Bitches, How about the jawn he did with jeezy and khaled a year or 2 ago. That shit is hard. Regardless this shit was do for boss. Other then a few artists tell me what other nigga got shit on lock like Ross? I’ll wait……

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  11. Treach on October 19th, 2011 5:47 am

    Kendrick lamar verse on the city deserves it more than this

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