Rick Ross visualizes a violent backlash to police brutality in his “Pinned To the Cross” video. The Maybach Music Group boss shows a white cop’s house being invaded and set on fire in response to the countless Black lives killed by police.

Rozay’s latest video works around the limitations of the COVID-19 pandemic by using his own Georgia estate for multiple scenes. The lavish mansion was previously featured in Curren$y’s Ross-assisted “Mugello Red” visuals, which dropped earlier this month.

“Pinned To The Cross” features singer Finn Matthews and serves as the lead single to Ross’ Richer Than I’ve Ever Been album. The track is produced by Fuse of 808 Mafia and AraabMUZIK.

Rozay hasn’t announced a release date for Richer Than I’ve Ever Been as of press time. The album will be his first studio LP since 2019’s Port Of Miami 2, which peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard 200.

Watch Ross’ “Pinned To The Cross” video above.

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