Hip-hop heavyweights Rick Ross and Meek Mill recently made waves as they descended upon Harlem for the shooting of their eagerly anticipated single, “Shaq & Kobe,” inspired by the legendary Los Angeles Lakers duo. Their visit to the iconic neighborhood turned into a star-studded affair, with locals joining the festivities.
On a vibrant Wednesday evening, September 27, the duo, often referred to as Rozay and Meek, graced Harlem with their presence, drawing an enthusiastic crowd eager to participate in their upcoming music video. The atmosphere was electric as they filmed scenes that captured the essence of the track.
Footage from the event showcased a female bystander showcasing her dance moves with Rozay while the ever-charismatic rapper immersed himself in the energetic crowd, adding to the palpable excitement. Fans couldn’t help but express their admiration for Rick Ross, with one commenting, “One of the many reasons why I admire Ross.”
Harlem native and rap luminary Jim Jones also made a special appearance to ensure the shoot went off without a hitch, underscoring the significance of the moment. He proudly noted, “Fly shit only… This is rich people’s business, you know? And there’s Ross right in the heart of Harlem.” He affectionately mentioned the location, saying, “He’s on that fearless block, 12th Street, right outside.”
Jim Jones further added in his Instagram post’s caption: “@richforever th biggest boss and @meekmill aka Kuz leader of th litt world champions Pulled up to th block #nofearBlock12th in harlem but they for got they #HaterBlockas had to get they eye sight right wit some fresh pairs of them #DarkBoys #DarkVamps @vintageframes I love my hood yal showed out last night #Harlem.”
The highly anticipated single, “Shaq & Kobe,” is scheduled for release on Friday, September 29, and is already generating significant buzz in the music industry. Rick Ross and Meek Mill cleverly draw parallels between their collaboration and the iconic Lakers pairing, promising fans an unforgettable musical experience.