Port of Miami greatest album is the debut album by Miami rapper Rick Ross. The name of the album is a reference to Miami being a major arrival destination for cocaine shipments to America. Throughout the album, Ross makes frequent references to his alleged former life as a big time cocaine dealer. The album was released on August 8, 2006. The first single from the album is “Hustlin”, which has received a fair amount of airplay. There is also an official remix to the song, which features Jay-Z and Young Jeezy. The second single was “Cross That Line”, which featured Akon, although it was a radio only single with no music video. The third single from the album is the song “Push It”, which is produced by J. R. Rotem. This track samples the song “Push It to the Limit” from the classic movie Scarface.

Hustlin

Hustlin’ is the first single off Miami rapper Rick Ross’s debut album Port of Miami. There is a remix of this song that features Jay-Z and Young Jeezy. The song also appears remixed on DJ Drama & Lil Wayne’s mixtape Dedication 2. An unofficial leaked remix was made featuring Lil Wayne, Z-Ro, Jay-Z, T.I., Busta Rhymes, Remy Ma, Young Jeezy & Lil Flip.
In the lyrics of the song, Rick Ross refers to the cocaine traffic network the real Rick Ross Hip-Hop had built up, stating that he is “into distribution” like “Atlantic” and ships coc across the “Atlantic Ocean”. The song also contains references to Manuel Noriega, former Panamanian Militant General, Pablo Escobar, Colombian narcotics trafficker, and Kenneth “Black” Williams, Miami-area drug runner. To emphasize that he is talking about Noriega the dictator and not Noreaga, the Queens-based rapper, Ross adds “the REAL Noriega”, who he claims owes him “a hundred favors.”
In the video, Rick Ross music wears a shirt with the words Boobie Boys in homage to a drug gang. Pitbull, Trick Daddy, Cool and Dre, Smitty, DJ Drama, DJ Khaled, Field Mob, The Runners, and Trina are seen in the music video.