Rick Ross - Hustlin'

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Music video by Rick Ross performing Hustlin'.

(C) 2006 The Island Def Jam Music Group

"Hustlin'" is the first single from Miami rapper Rick Ross's debut album Port of Miami, composed by The Runners and himself.

In the lyrics of the song, Rick Ross refers to the cocaine traffic network the real Rick Ross had built up, stating: "I'm into distribution, I'm like Atlantic/I got them motherfuckers flyin' across the Atlantic". The song also contains references to Manuel Noriega, former Panamanian Militant General, Pablo Escobar, Colombian narcotics trafficker and Kenneth "Boobie" Williams, Miami-area drug runner. To emphasize that he is talking about Noriega the dictator and not Noreaga, the Queens-based rapper, Ross adds "the REAL Noriega", who he claims owes him "a hundred favors."

The song is featured on the track list of the video game Skate[2] It is also featured in comedy films We're the Millers and Identity Thief. Comedian Katt Williams devised a comedy routine using the song's chorus to punctuate his humour; the routine is seen in the 2007 film American Hustle, and Williams later reprised the routine for one of his Split Sides Comedy Club performance segments in the 2008 video game Grand Theft Auto IV.

In the video, directed by Gil Green, Rick Ross wears a shirt with the words "Boobie Boys" in homage to a drug gang. Pitbull, Trick Daddy, Cool and Dre, Smitty, DJ Drama, DJ Khaled, Field Mob, The Runners, and Trina are seen in the music video.
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