(Album Cover by Jonathan Mannion)

I really haven't done that many Ridin Musics, seeing how this isn't a music blog. I just use that section to show what I listen to when I'm in the 'Voy. But I will talk about the album I (along with a lot of other people) was most anxious to come out was Teflon Don.

Shockingly, the majority of the Ridin Musics have to do with Rick Ross, and ironically he's not on my "Top 5 Dead or Alive" (No offense William). But I can and will talk about this album.

Let's be real, 11 tracks, rather short, but at least there's no interludes, as well as he had plenty of company (guest features) on 10 out of 11 of the tracks. It's not a bad thing because unlike a lot of people who has a million guest features, at least they don't overshadow Ricky.

Of course I mentioned that I liked Super High, and I was about to post a page about B.M.F. (Blowin Money Fast) with featured Styles P of the LOX, but I decided to wait until the album came out to see if it lived up to the hype.

And it did... Very rarely can I find an album that I play all of the tracks, and this is one of those few albums. I will say this, even though there's more guest appearances (Jay-Z, Jadakiss, T.I., Styles, Ne-Yo, Trey Songz, Puff, Gucci Mane, Kanye, Erykah Badu, Cee-Lo, Drake, Chrisette Michele, AND Raphael Saadiq) than there are tracks, this is Ricky Rozay's finest work.

There's no download cause I do recognize good work, I don't promote bull, and would rather people buy it. That's why I only highlight certain artists, despite whether or not if I photographed them. But click on the album cover and it'll take you to Amazon.com where you can listen to samples of every track and buy the album or song downloads. You're welcome.

Now if only Clifford can release King Uncaged...

P.S. I don't care what anyone says but Track 8: MC Hammer feat Gucci Mane is a strip club song.