With a similar focus on soulful, stylized and cinematic street rapping, it only made sense for Chicago's LEP Bogus Boys to link with The Last Mainstream Gangsta Rapper Rick Ross. (In fact they make considerably more sense playing in Rozay's diamond encrusted sandbox than just about any of the rappers who are actually signed to his Maybach Music imprint.) So he hops on their Yachtish "Kush & Leather," replacing vocal Ross-hater Freddie Gibbs (rap conspiracy chin stroke…). You can smell the poultry when I park will be the strangest rap boast you'll hear all week.
Download: LEP Bogus Boys f. Rick Ross, "Kush & Leather (Remix)" (via TNT)