Along with getting some things off his chest on Monday night. Rick Ross had two big announcements to make during his visit to Miami’s 99 Jamz with Felisha Monet. The first piece of news is a shocker as Rozay revealed his Maybach Music Group imprint will merge with Atlantic Records. Previously, MMG was strictly under Warner Bros. Records with artists Wale, Meek Mill, Stalley, and Omarion, releasing the compilation albums Self Made Vol. 1 and 2. While Ross wouldn’t elaborate on the move he says Warner and Atlantic have a ‘beautiful relationship.’ The new partnership is also a shock considering rival Young Jeezy was named Senior VP of A&R at Atlantic over the summer.

The Bawse followed that up with the news that his sixth solo album will arrive summer 2013. The title for the follow-up to the Grammy-nominated God Forgives, I Don’t will be announced on New Years Day (Jan. 1).

Watch below…..

Atlantic Records revealtion and new album info at the 9:00 minute mark.

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