Rick Ross announces one-off London gig

The rapper will play IndigO2 in November

Rick Ross has announced plans for a one-off London gig.

The rapper will appear at London’s IndigO2 on November 14 and tickets go on sale at 9am on September 26. The date comes ahead of Ross’ new album, ‘Hood Billionaire’, which is mooted for release on November 24. The LP follows his sixth studio album, ‘Mastermind’, which was released earlier this year.

At the start of 2014, a US court ruling allowed Rick Ross to continue using his stage name. The rapper, real name William Roberts II, had been challenged by a former drug kingpin, ‘Freeway’ Ricky Ross, for appropriating his name and likeness. Using the First Amendment in the United States’ Constitution, which regards, among other things, freedom of expression, the $10 million lawsuit by the reportedly reformed Ricky Ross came to nothing.


Rick Ross will play:

London IndigO2 (November 14)

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