• Got damn this track is fire

  • aintshit

    ye went in on his verse..


    Great performance for a great song. Mastermind is the best album of the year so far.

  • Jesus Ernesto Alejos

    my favorite track on mastermind. second is da one w/ wayne and 3rd is feat. da weeknd

    • Dwight Stewart

      that paradise lost on the deluxe album is dope too and that shit with scareface too. great album.

  • Chris M

    Amazing the contrast in energy between this and the one on Seth Myers with French. This song was made to be performed.

    • Dwight Stewart

      i agreed. that ‘nobody’ track is tough but not meant for live. #church

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  • brza

    “with a hankerchiiiiiife” okay Kanye and lol @ Big Sean dying his hair blonde

  • MMG Suede

    This was just dope and I ain’t even stanning

  • Dwight Stewart

    people love Kanye!

  • Dwight Stewart

    50 in the studio stressing… “who can i call for a feature? Nobody (Keith Sweat voice)”

    • Hanna Montana

      no ones sweating over not having a big sean and kanye feature when they got jada and styles p on the album.

      • The Truth

        You can give Jadakiss and Styles P a sandwich and they will get on your album,

        • Dwight Stewart


        • Hanna Montana

          Still better than Big Sean and Kanye

        • Michael Ibbett

          Lmao . That was funny

      • MMG Suede

        Ross puts Jada on mixtapes & MMG compilations lol chill

      • Hanna Montana

        I guarantee Ross didn’t even want Thin Sean on the album but he was a package deal with Ye.


      Looool. You’re a mean man. Lol

      • Dwight Stewart

        shit, it was too easy but i’m a fan of 50 too, when hes not on his bullshit.

    • truthisreal

      He needs Cole and KDot on a track with him. Game Over.

  • Gunplay’s Chain

    “He’s a gangster ain’t he?” *silence*

    Nice of Kanye to let Rozay spit a quick 1 minute verse on his own record. Ross didn’t even come out until 3 minutes in, this is Kanye’s song.

  • 44.wade

    kanye helping out another artist lol

  • The Almighty

    the album as a whole is meh, but this track is fire

  • jaga

    Why is ross shouting biggest album of the year? his album just came and will be gone in the next 2 weeks, dope albums about to come

    • Tha Lost Cause

      Kendrick Lamar and Lil Wayne both will be bigger. Does Drake have anything planned?

  • titus tucker

    I know its rap radar so we’re supposed to diss Rozay and Ye but this was perfect..

  • Matthew Morgan

    Thus my track right here. ..just make the video already. ..

  • SMH

    Does Rick Ross Really Have $92 Million In His Checking Account? Random Celebrity Article By Brian Warner on March 5, 2014


    ver the last few days we’ve received a few angry emails and comments from Celebrity Net Worth visitors who believe our estimate for Rick Ross’ net worth is way too low. We currently have Mr. Ross at $28 million.
    Not exactly a pittance, but according to the angry emails, this number
    should be raised to $92 million. More precisely, they think the number
    should be raised to $92,153,183.28. Where are people getting this number? None other than Ricky Rozay himself! Here’s what’s going on…

    On March 3, 2014, Rick Ross
    released his sixth studio album “Mastermind”. The third track of the
    album is called “Drug Dealers Dream”. Not to be picky, but the word
    “Dealers” in that song title should technically be “Dealer’s”. That’s a
    possessive noun. This track starts out with an audio recording of one of
    those automated voices reading a bank checking account balance. The
    automated voice dryly states: “Please hold while I locate your
    information. Your checking account balance is $92,153,183.28. This
    reflects the most current information available on your account.” You can hear the track and the song opening on this Spotify embed:

    (For this to work you need to have a spotify account, and the app will open if it isn’t already)

    Clearly the implication here is that Rick Ross called up his bank,
    selected the option to check his account balance and then recorded the
    results. All $92 million worth of results. But is this possible? Could
    Rick Ross really have this much money sitting in checking? Is he
    following the Floyd Mayweather savings and investment plan? (A few
    months back, Floyd Mayweather showed a reporter his ATM receipt that had
    a checking account balance of $125 million.) Or is this just a run-of-the-mill rapper exaggeration?

    First off, if somehow this brag is true, keeping $92 million in a
    checking account would be a colossally stupid way to allocate money.
    Checking accounts might AT MOST earn around 0.50%
    interest nowadays. The national average is probably closer to 0.10%.
    Splitting the difference, Rick would be earning just $184,000 in
    interest per year off his massive wealth. That’s not nothing, but as any
    basic financial planner would explain, taking the money out of checking
    and putting it into mutual funds, ETFs, maybe a few stocks, should
    conservatively be able to yield a 5% rate. That would bring Mr. Ross
    $4.6 million a year from interest alone. If he got lucky with the right
    hedge fund, Rick might be looking at $10-$15 million.

    The second
    big problem with keeping that much money in checking is the fact that
    only $500,000 is insured by the FDIC. If Rick’s bank goes under, which
    as well know isn’t exactly impossible nowadays, Rick’s money would
    evaporate overnight without any recourse.

    Ok so we’ve established
    that keeping $92 million in checking is clearly a bad idea. The more
    important question is whether or not Rick Ross actually has $92 million
    in the first place. Our current estimation of Rick’s net worth is $28
    million. That number might go up in a few weeks when we release our
    annual list of the richest rappers
    on the planet, but we’re talking about a bump of maybe $5-6 million.
    Definitely not $62 million. Don’t trust us? Well according to Forbes,
    which we think is a little too conservative with their estimates, Rick
    earned $6 million in 2012 and $9 million in 2013. That’s a grand total
    of $15 million during what were arguably Rick’s peak earning years to

    Let’s also keep in mind that in order to have a checking
    account balance of $92 million, Rick would conceivably needed to earn a
    little less than twice that amount before taxes. And that’s before he
    spent a dime on cars, jewelry, houses, private jets, vacations… and
    biggest expense of them all for Rick: Food. Even if Rick was the most
    penny-pinching saver in the world, we’re still talking about $200-$250 million
    in earnings over the last 3-4 years, in order to be left with such a
    gargantuan bank account. Unfortunately, this isn’t reality. Even for Mr.
    Maybach Music himself.

    In conclusion, it’s pretty safe to say that this is simply one rapper making an extremely over-exaggerated brag.

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