Maybach Music Group boss Rick Ross traveled to Atlanta to announce a new partnership with Twelve Music Group founder Dina Marto. The \u201cMovin\u2019 Bass\u201d rapper and the former Island Def Jam executive have joined forces to launch the new platform Artists First. Ross and Marto will work together to discover and develop aspiring writers, producers, and performers through Artists First. They will also host a talent search to find the next member of the MMG roster as well. MMG will be opening an office in Atlanta at Marto\u2019s Twelve Studios. Hit singles such as Nicki Minaj\u2019s \u201cAnaconda\u201d and Miley Cyrus\u2019 \u201cWe Can\u2019t Stop\u201d were produced at Twelve Studios which opened in 2012. \u201cThis is the new home for Maybach Music,\u201d reveals Marto. \u201cTheir artists will be recording here. Executives will have offices here, so they can get work done while they\u2019re in the city of Atlanta.\u201d Marto previously worked with L.A. Reid and Shakir Stewart as an A&R coordinator at Island Def Jam. The Oglethorpe University graduate also helped develop the careers of Ross and Young Jeezy, and she has worked on projects by Nas, LL Cool J, and Janet Jackson.