Triple C's

Triple C's
Origin Miami, Florida, United States
Genres Hip hop
Years active 2005–present
Labels Maybach, Def Jam
Associated acts Brisco, Young Buck
Members Rick Ross
Young Breed

Triple C's, also known as Carol City Cartel, is an American hip hop group founded by Rick Ross in 2005. It includes members Gunplay from Miami, Torch from the Bronx, New York, and Young Breed.


They have been featured on Rick Ross' first two albums Port of Miami and Trilla. Additionally, Gunplay appeared on Ross's third studio album Deeper Than Rap.[1] Their first studio album, Custom Cars & Cycles, was released October 27, 2009.[2] In the first week, the album sold 12,100 copies.[3] Gunplay made an appearance on the song "Don't Let Me Go", with former labelmate rapper Pill from Maybach Music Group's 2011 collaboration album Self Made Vol. 1. It is produced by Lee Majors. Torch would also appear on the album's track "Big Bank", featuring Pill, Meek Mill, and Rick Ross. Gunplay would later be featured on two tracks from Self Made Vol. 2 and on Lil Wayne's 2013 album I Am Not a Human Being II. The Triple C's will release a new album called Color, Cut & Clarity.



Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales
US Rap
Custom Cars & Cycles 44 5 2
"—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory.


  1. "Daily News - : Rick Ross' Triple C's Ink Deal With Def Jam". Retrieved 2011-03-02.
  2. "Rick Ross Now Doesn't Want To Battle Eminem | Rick Ross". Rap Basement. 2009-09-08. Retrieved 2011-03-02.
  3. Langhorne, Cyrus (2009-11-04). "Triple C's "Custom Cars & Cycles" Outsells 50 Cent's 10K Predictions". Sohh.Com. Retrieved 2011-03-02.
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  7. Langhorne, Cyrus (2009-11-04). "Triple C's "Custom Cars & Cycles" Outsells 50 Cent's 10K Predictions". Sohh.Com. Retrieved 2013-03-20.

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