At this point, Rick Ross has two lanes: going fucking bananas and making scary faces or grown tracks that nod to summery love songs that would have been produced by Pete Rock if it were 1994. The Clark Kent and The Remedy produced "Super High" puts Rawsss firmly in that second lane—rapping about luxury over the kind of late-career beat we'd expect, like, Camp Lo or Kurupt to rap over, which is not to say this doesn't work, because it really does. Ross is good on this kind of stuff because it's more believable than aggro-Ross. Dude probably is walking around his entirely white Miami apartment sipping Nuvo out of a crystal chalice while wearing a massive plush robe thinking about helicopters and taking girls on dates to private islands.
Download: Rick Ross f. Ne-Yo, "Super High"