American rapper and business man William Leonard Roberts II was brought into the world on January 28, 1976, in Clarksdale, Mississippi. He was brought up in Carol City, Florida.

He moved on from Miami Carol City Senior High School and went to the generally dark school Albany State University on a football scholarship.


Ross worked a year and a half as a prison guard from December 1995, until his acquiescence in June 1997.

Ross made his debut under the alias Teflon Da Don. He changed his name to Rick Ross during the 2000s.

His stage name was enlivened by the former narcotic bigwig “Freeway” Rick Ross.

He sent out his first music single “Hustlin” in 2006 and came to be the topic of a proposal war. Every music heavyweight wanted to have him.

He got offers from Diddy’s Bad Boy Entertainment and Irv Gotti’s Murder Inc. Ross eventually accepted a multimillion-dollar bargain with Jay-Z’s Def Jam Records.

Sometime thereafter, he published his debut album Port of Miami, which appeared at number one on the Billboard 200 album chart. Ross delivered his subsequent collection, Trilla, in 2008. It likewise appeared at number one on the Billboard 200 album chart.

Ross established the record name Maybach Music Group in 2009, through which he delivered his studio albums Deeper Than Rap (2009), Teflon Don (2010), God Forgives, I Don’t (2012), Mastermind, Hood Billionaire (both in 2014), Black Market (2015), Rather You Than Me (2017), and Port of Miami 2 (2019).

Ross was likewise the principal craftsman endorsed to Diddy’s music management company Ciroc Entertainment.


Rick Ross is an American rapper, musician, business visionary, record chief, maker and CEO who has a total assets of $40 million.

During his profession to date, Rick has sold large number of music collections and a huge number of singles around the world.

At different occasions in his profession, he has been one of the 10 most generously compensated rappers on the planet.

His entire career wealth is $85 million.