Directed by Collin Tilley, the new clip features scenes of a fiery fight between two men, some cars, and some twerking women.
Rick Ross has released a new music video for his collaboration with rapper Future, "No Games". The action-packed new clip features the boss of Maybach Music Group rapping on his desk while being surrounded by three women and several heavy weaponry.
Collaborator Future also makes an appearance in the clip. He is joining Ross to spit their bars in front of burned out cars. Other scenes see some ladies twerking, cars and motorcycles ripping through the streets and a fiery fight between two men.
The new video was shot in Los Angeles last month by director Collin Tilley. "[Tilley] sent me the treatment," Ross told MTV News. "I looked at it, I said 'this look like some Terminator s**t, some Michael Jackson s**t.' I've never done this. I'm with it. Let's go."
"It's a lot of pyrotechnics, a lot of explosions - we keeping it explosive," he added. "We're letting a lot of bangs go off."
In September, a music video for "No Games" was released. It sees Ross paying tribute to Tony Montana, a character played by actor Al Pacino in 1983's film "Scarface".
"No Games" is the first cut off "Mastermind", Ross' sixth album that is scheduled to be released on December 17.
Rick Ross' "No Games" (feat. Future) music video