Fri 21 Nov 2014
Complex has brought us some great episodes of Magnum Opus on classics like Ma$e’s “Feel So Good” and Common’s “The Light,” but they keep it a little more recent with the latest installment in their retrospective series. Taking it back to arguably the biggest street smash of 2010, Rick Ross walks us through the making of his Teflon Don banger, “B.M.F.” which, of course, featured Styles P.
Joined by DJ Khaled, MMG President Gucci Pucci and Def Jam’s Chris Atlas, Rozay talks about writing the song while riding through L.A., the genius behind that Big Meech and Larry Hoover-referencing hook and the global popularity of the record. “I just wanted it to be a representation of success from some young street n*ggas that’s getting money,” he says.