Rick Ross remained impervious with his fourth studio album, Teflon Don. He pulled out the big guns and recruited folks like Jay-Z (“Free Mason”) and Kanye West (“Live Fast, Die Young”) to help manifest his street dreams. He showed modesty on “I’m Not A Star” and wrestled with vulnerability on “Tears Of Joy”. On the production tip, The J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League steer “Maybach Music III” and “Aston Martin Music”. DJ Clark Kent and The Remedy elevate “Super High” while Lex Luger’s sonic boom (“B.M.F.” and “MC Hammer”) carry the project over the threshold. At only 11 tracks, Teflon Don sticks to a familiar script: quality over quantity.