After dropping two albums in 2014, Mastermind and Hood Billionaire, Rick Ross reigned it in 2015 with one release, Black Market, and has gone through the bulk this year without much new music. He returns today however with "No U-Turns" a rattling ode to staying loyal and the consequences of switching up.

On the track's opening verse, Ross dusts off his trademark wordplay, weaving images of wealth with ones of violence. He raps, "Photographic memories, millionaire tendencies / I still be having dreams of niggas killin’ me / Switching sides you should be happy just to be alive / 40 shots ready to show you niggas how we ride / Weatherman, weapons we use, them bitches never jam / Walk up on you pull it on you, won’t leave no evidence."

Listen to the track up top, which, on SoundCloud, comes without artwork or much in the way of info.

Prior to the drop, Ross had released "Purple Lamborghini" with Skrillex off the Suicide Squad soundtrack, and "Feel My Pain" with The LOX. Rozay has as well made an appearance on DJ Khaled's album Major Key, rapping alongside Nicki Minaj, Future and more on "Do You Mind." While there isn't yet any indication that Ross is gearing up to drop a new studio album, MMG has a Wale album and Meek Mill mixtape on the way, as well as the latest installment in the label's Self Made series, so Ross will likely have new music to roll out regardless.

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