Rick Ross Brings “Super High,” “B.M.F.” and More to NPR’s Tiny Desk

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Rick Ross joined the NPR Black History Month celebration by bringing some of his biggest hits to the NPR Tiny Desk (Home) Concert series.

The new video starts with the band performing an amazing live rendition of “Super High” before taking it back to the streets with “B.M.F.”

The set also included “Aston Martin Music,” “I’m Not a Star,” and a pack of songs that feature JAY-Z, although Hov didn’t appear, in “F*ckwithmeyouknowigotit” and “Tears of Joy.”

“I want to thank NPR for bringing the Boss out. My homies, we going to grind together since we’re going to shine together,” Ross said.

You can see it below.

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