Rick Ross' breakout single "Hustlin" off his debut had all the trappings of a hip-hop hit. "Hustlin'" features Ross doing what he does best: rapping about coke and money. Ross shouts out a number of popular cocaine cowboys in the song, from Manuel Noriega and Pablo Escobar to known Dade County drug kingpin Kenneth "Boobie" Williams. The newly signed Def Jam artist received the ultimate co-sign when Jay-Z and Atlanta trap star Young Jeezy hopped on the remix. "I'm bridging the gap between the South and the East Coast," Ross said. "The sound is real dirty south. But I'm spittin' hard to where the East Coast appreciates it."