Rick Ross taps Gucci Mane and 2 Chainz for an investment plan in “Buy Back the Block.”
The Ryan Snyder-directed music video kicks off at a car wash where Ross and Gucci, who are employees, plot their move to ownership, especially after boss Tom Cat hustles them out of two months rent. From there, the clip heads to the streets as the three rappers deliver their aspirations about building up their communities.
“It’s time to clean up the ghetto where dope boys want to shine,” Rozay spits.
“Buy Back the Block” is the first single off Ross’ forthcoming album, Rather You Than Me, which is slated for release in early 2017.