Rick Ross announced that two weeks after the release of his 2nd album he will be working on a documentary on Miami. The film, called "M.I.Yayo" will give a true account of street life in the MIA. "When I was touring in Europe with Port of Miami, the media question of the day was 'What is the 'other side of the bridge?,'" he said, as he thinks the documentary serves as a visual soundtrack to his songs "Hustlin," and "White House." "It is incredibly shocking, and many think Miami is South Beach, that's it," Ross continued. "The world wants to know the real deal and this is it with M.I.Yayo."
The film will be directed by Chris Larceny and detail how billions of dollars in drug money was made and distrubuted in Miami's inner city streets in the 80s and 90s through news footage, interviews and true accounts. The film will be available at video/music stores and online via iTunes on March 11th.