Featured in early September, the lead single off Rick Ross‘s sixth full-length found him outlining the no-nonsense philosophy that’s allowed him to build MMG into the hip-hop empire it is today. Needless to say, the emcees on Maybach Music‘s roster are just as averse to f**kery as their Bawse. On the official remix of No Games, Wale and Meek Mill jump on J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League‘s trunk-rattling beat to emphasize the dead-serious nature of their respective hustle. Ricky Rozay tops this rendition off with a brand new opening verse, and Epic Records hitmaker Future reprises his role as hookman. The Mastermind LP has been pushed back from its scheduled December release to an undetermined date in 2014, but fans can find the remix on MMG‘s new Priorities, Vol. 1 tape, out as of this Tuesday.
Written by richard on 12/4/13
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