TIDAL will livestream the Aug. 29 show

By Eric Renner Brown
August 08, 2016 at 05:50 PM EDT
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Rick Ross released his debut studio album, Port of Miami, 10 years ago Monday. To celebrate the anniversary of the project — which remains his best-selling album — Ross has announced a special concert scheduled for later this month. The show, which will be broadcast by TIDAL as the latest installment of its TIDAL X series, will appropriately be staged at Miami’s Port of Miami. Ross’ concert airs on TIDAL at 8:30 p.m. ET on August 29.

“This’ll be the biggest concert of my life,” Ross told Rolling Stone. He also told the magazine that the show is “most definitely based around Port of Miami with a few exceptions” and that “I wanted to do it as big as possible.”

The 40-year-old rapper released his eighth studio album last December. Since then, Ross has remained characteristically prolific; in the past month alone he appeared on the Suicide Squad soundtrack with his Skrillex collaboration “Purple Lamborghini” and on two cuts off DJ Khaled’s chart-topping album Major Key (“Do You Mind” and “F— Up the Club”).