The black-and-white clip sees the Maybach Music Group CEO rapping in his hotel room while some violent scenes of 1983's film 'Scarface' are being played.
Rick Ross has dropped the visuals for his collaboration with fellow rapper Future, "No Games". The black-and-white clip sees the Maybach Music Group boss paying tribute to Tony Montana, a character played by actor Al Pacino in 1983 film "Scarface".
Running for three minutes, the video features Ross smoking and drinking in his hotel room. He delivers his verses in front of huge windows in the room as some violent scenes of "Scarface" are played.
"No Games" is lifted from "Mastermind", Ross' upcoming album whose release date is currently unknown.
Ross recently announced that he would embark on his Mastermind tour later this fall. The 8-date tour is set to kick off on November 12 at Detroit's Masonic Temple Theatre and wrap up at Miami's James L. Knight Center on November 23.
Ross and several MMG artists, such as Wale and Meek Mill, have just had their collaboration album "Self Made Vol. 3" landing at No. 4 on Billboard 200. The new set opened with 50,000 copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
Rick Ross' "No Games" (feat. Future) music video