Rick Ross Explains Drake’s Extended “Aston Martin Music”

Rick Ross Explains Drake’s Extended “Aston Martin Music”


The Bawse said listening to Drake’s new album, in his leisure time, inspired him to make that call to his friend from Toronto.

“I sent it to the homie,” the Miami rap lord described. “He laced me. Right then, he was ready to jump on his verse. Right then, he was ready to cock and load. I was like, ‘I know you finishing your joint. Just give me that half a chorus, and I’mma make it do what it do. He loved the record. I got it back. He laced it at the point. When he heard [the finished version], it was magic. He was like, ‘I’m finnin’ to go in the studio, Ross. I’mma need to get on that.’ ” Video after the jump.

A version of the song with just an extended chorus and Drake’s verse called “Paris Morton Music” came out shortly after “Aston Martin Music” leaked to the Net almost two weeks ago. “I talk slicker than a pimp from Augusta,” Drake raps on the track.

Then, one of Ross’ engineers mixed Drake’s verse and extended chorus with the album version of “AMM,” and that song has lived on the Net and mixtapes ever since. It’s also getting play on the radio.

Source: MTV

  • Mz.DrizzyBaybii

    i love me some Paris Morton Music!