Maybach Music Group honcho Rick Ross and his team of spitters made an impressive run through their cypher at the BET Hip-Hop Awards. MMG maybe the newest rap label in the game, but after viewing their freestyles they all sound like noble veterans.

Washington, D.C. rapper Wale was up first spitting rhymes about theoretically killin' emcees similar to "'Casino' and 'Kill Bill' by Tarantino." Then Atlanta spitter Pill followed with this brutal line, "There's a war going on and I'm the general / And I'm gonna speak directly at ya, no subliminals / See all my life I was raised by a line of criminals / So all I know is stretchin my … And my gentials." Woah!

Next up was newly-signed MMG member Stalley who came through with his descriptive rhymes. "I'm with mixed mad emotions, you know the 'hood it'll haunt ya / Drive ya bonkers, like eating roaches, yeah look at 'Yonkers,'" he raps. Then Philly rhymer Meek Mill followed spitting, "I'm like God, R.I.P, I'm dropped 'Tupac Back' and did it B.I.G."

Finally, the Miami boss Rick Ross, draped in a diamond-encrusted cross necklace, step up to give props to his MMG crew. Rozay raps, "If you don't know, Maybach is the clique / I'm screaming Maybach till I'm rich." R-Ruh!

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