William Leonard Roberts II (born January 28, 1976), better known by his stage name Rick Ross, Teflon Don or Ricky Rozay, is an American rapper and former prison guard.
- Port of Miami (2006)
- Trilla (2008)
- Deeper Than Rap (2009)
- Teflon Don (2010)
- God Forgives, I Don't (2012)
- All-Star Cast: Teflon Don definitely has this, featuring John Legend, Cee-Lo Green, Jay-Z, Kanye West, Drake, Ne-Yo, Diddy, Trey Songz, Erykah Badu, T.I., Jadakiss and Raekwon.
- Arguably God Forgives I Don't as well, which has Dr. Dre and Jay-Z on the same track, as well as Usher, Andre 3000 of OutKast, Ne-Yo (again) and Drake (again).
- Arc Words: Maybach Music, the name of the record label he founded and a drop in almost all his songs, as well as ones he features in.
- When he doesn't say it, it's often for dramatic effect, so to hold the tense atmosphere of The Game's "Ali Bomaye", or to let the elaborate instrumentation flow in Kanye West's "Devil in a New Dress" and his own "Free Mason"
- Boastful Rap: A lot of his songs. Notable ones - "Hold Me Back", "Aston Martin Music", "I'm Not A Star", "B.M.F." and "Hustlin'"
- Five-Man Band: His crew the Maybach Music Group.
- Genre Roulette: In a hip-hop sense, his albums tend to switch from hardcore trap music to elaborate orchestral beats, to synth-driven beats of various degrees of elaborateness. Example in point, "Maybach Music IV" and "Hold Me Back" were on the same album, God Forgives, I Don't.
- Intercourse with You: "Diced Pineapples", "Free Spirit" with Drake.
- Large Ham: One of the largest in mainstream rap, which is quite a feat.
- The Mentor: He is one to Meek Mill, Wale and Stalley. The closest thing he has to a mentor is probably Jay-Z.
- Mr. Fanservice: Completely averted. Look at him.
- Old Shame: It took Rick Ross a long time to recover from the (genre) stigma of having been a correctional officer.
- Something Completely Different: Him singing parts of "All The Money In The World"
- Technician Versus Performer: He's gotten better, but most people would agree his persona is much stronger than his rapping skills, on purpose.
- Trap Music: One of the most popular examples of this genre
- Walking Shirtless Scene: But see the MrFanservice entry.
- Wolverine Publicity: Has featured with Lil Wayne, T-Pain, Nicki Minaj, DJ Khaled (who gave him his biggest hit with "I'm On One"), Drake, T.I., Chris Brown, Mariah Carey, Ludacris, Wiz Khalifa and Kanye West, amongst others.