Rap giant Rick Ross, who recently travelled to Jamaica, is clearly still feeling the island vibes. The prominent artiste was spotted busting moves, including the classic Jamaican dance move “The Bogle”, in a new video.
Rick Ross, born William Leonard Roberts II, was listening to old-school Jamaican music and took to social media with dance moves to one of reggae’s finest, Capleton. The song that the rapper is seen jamming to is Capleton’s popular 2004 song That Day Will Come.
The video begins with Rick Ross entering the frame with large steps while smoking. His footsteps transformed into dancing footwork, and he soon started to rotate his arms, doing the popular Bogle dance. He moved on to other moves, and the video concluded shortly after.
The video was shared to his Instagram Stories and captioned with the words, “When de evil spirits na work..big belly mon blessed.”
Watch the video below:
The Outlawz artiste visited the tropical island in April to perform at the Sandz Caribbean Music Festival’s Vacae Weekend. The artiste kept his fans updated during his trip by documenting his activities in photos and videos. During his stay, Rick Ross went river rafting, feasted on the cuisine, and enjoyed the island’s nightlife.