Rick Ross has been keeping busy while promoting his newly released Rather You Than Me album that dropped last month. The veteran Miami rapper was on The Tonight Show last night to perform the project's street anthem, "Trap Trap Trap," and even brought out Young Thug and Wale.

While Rozay took the stage to perform his hard-hitting verse and the track's signature "I took the roof off at the red light" hook, he was soon joined by Thugger, who came out to shine with his bedazzled silver jacket. After the Atlanta hitmaker tore down his verse, Wale appeared in the audience, where he walked down the steps while lighting up the venue with his lyrical abilities. He soon approached the stage, but made a quick stop to have an adorable, enthusiastic moment with comedian Leslie Jones, who was a guest on the talk show. He also dapped up host Jimmy Fallon, before taking the cover of Ross' album to show it to the cameras and audience.

This was a major performance for the three guys, as Young Thug just announced he will be releasing a singing album this week that he claims is executive produced by Drake, while Wale has reportedly pushed up the release date of his Shine album to this Friday, April 28.

Watch the trio perform "Trap Trap Trap" together on The Tonight Show above.


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