No amount of skepticism on the song’s single-ness could deter Ross back from continuing to push his single for “Hold Me Back” from God Forgives, I Don’t. Even though he switches scenes and takes us to New Orleans for the setting, the standard Rick Ross video checklist is in full effect. Diamonds, check. Shots of the projects, check. Shades, check. Ass, check. Don’t fret, it’s all there. The only different thing about the visuals for “Hold Me Back” is that it has a more vintage feel to it thanks to it being entirely shot in black and white.
Rozay aso takes part in a lot of topless scenes, so cover your eyes at those points if you’re averse to that sort of thing. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.