Gunplay & Rick Ross Reunite On "Cheap Thrills"

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Gunplay & Rick Ross drop off the drug-fueled single "Cheap Thrills."

It's been a while since we heard Rick Ross and Gunplay on wax together. The two have a long history together stemming back to their days in Carol City. Even on the three projects Gunplay dropped last year, there was no sight of Ross on any of them. Today, Ross and Gunplay join forces once again for their latest single together on "Cheap Thrills."

M-Millz, DJ Sam Sneak and Big A bring a subtle trap banger with their production on "Cheap Thrills." Rick Ross and Gunplay detail a drug-fueled evening in the club while surrounded by women. Ross sets the tone with the hook while Gunplay brings his energy on the verse. 

Ross is on a roll today. This is his second drop of the day following his latest single "Florida Boys" alongside T-Pain and Kodak Black.

Quotable Lyrics
She fuck with dope boys and swipers
She blow on both of my dices
I fell in love down her throat
And got ghost in a crisis
Already know how that go


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