Rick Ross Drops "No Games" Featuring Future

Rick Ross, Future

Rick Ross Drops "No Games" Featuring Future

Rozay taps auto-tune king for new single.

Published September 6, 2013

Rick Ross isn't into playing games, and his new single proves it. Late Thursday (Sept. 5) Rozay dropped "No Games" a Future-assisted release, the latest off his forthcoming Mastermind album.  

Future's computerized chorus, "Can't play no games wit' these n----s, they so fake and so phony/Can't play no games wit these b----es, they treat me like I'm tony," introduces the Bawse, who follows up the "no more child's play" theme with a hefty declaration of his own. "I run the game, not just the South."

The verse isn't quite as hard-hitting as Kendrick Lamar's "King of New York, King of the Coast, one hand, I juggle them both" line from "Control," but it's just as competitive.

Production on "No Games" is courtesy of the J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League.

A release date for Mastermind hasn't been announced.     

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Written by Latifah Muhammad


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