On Feb. 8, American hip-hop artist Rick Ross released the official music video for his song "Yella Diamonds" on Maybach Music Group's YouTube page. The songs lyrics act as a script for the music video which revolves around Ross showing everyone who's boss in the drug industry. You can watch Ross' official music video for "Yella Diamonds" on the left.
Despite the video being almost seven minutes long, the actual "Yella Diamonds" song runs for about four minutes. The first 30 seconds and last minute and a half of the video contain promotion for his recently released mixtape, and Ross' upcoming studio album, God Forgives, I Don't.
The music video revolves around Ross protecting the name of his Yella Diamond dope. A man Ross conducts business with betrays him, so in turn, Ross enlists his crew to terrorize the man's family until he gets the dope back.
The song "Yella Diamonds" is off his Rich Forever mixtape, which was made available January 6, 2012 via KillerHipHop.com. His upcoming album, God Forgives, I Don't, is set to be released spring 2012 via Maybach Music, Slip-n-Slide, Def Jam Records.