Gunplay and Rick Ross Supply “Cheap Thrills” on New Song
For the first time in what feels like a long time, Gunplay and Rick Ross are on the same track, and as was often the case during the peak of MMG's reign, it's pretty damn good. Today (Feb. 2), Gunplay drops off "Cheap Thrills," a cut that finds he and Rozay supplying their ladies with a steady supply of drugs.
Featuring a trap instrumental that sounds a little like an ice cream truck and a well-placed whisper from Ross, "Cheap Thrills" feels a bit like a hazy drug binge.
"She want that Oxycontin flow, my Percocet pills/A touch of cocaine, tell me how that feels/She want that Oxycontin flow, my Percocet pill/That Adderall is next, she'll love my cheap thrills/She want that Oxycontin flow, Percocet pill/A line of cocaine, tell me how you feel/She want that Oxycontin flow, that Percocet pill/That Adderall is next, she'll love my cheap thrills," Rozay spits on the hook for the track, whispering the mention of cocaine.
For his part, Gunplay lays out a day of laying up and doing drugs with his lady. He also mentions the threat of police.
"I drop two bars in my soda/I'm so composed when I swerve/She sprinkle blow in the doja/Told me it's between me and her/I got a dime in the basic, basically treat 'em like dirt/I'm getting chewed tryna steer/Hope no police in my mirror," he spits on the ice cold instrumental.
Listen to "Cheap Thrills" for yourself below. Check out Rozay's new T-Pain and Kodak Black-assisted track, "Florida Boy," when you're done.
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