Over a beat from Mike Will Made-It, Ross opens up the track declaring, “If money is power, n—a I got millions of power,” before Jeezy steps in on the second verse to add that, “A coward dies a thousand deaths, a real n—a dies but one.”
These two have been feuding for a minute now, but they put aside their differences and spoke to MTV about the truce.
“The mark of a powerful man is not only his ability to make war, but to also make peace,” Ross told MTV News in a statement. “That’s why it was nothing for me and Jeezy to work out whatever past differences and get back in the booth to make history. This album is a celebration of the Mastermind, which reflects my music as an artist and my business ventures as a boss. We did this not only for ourselves, but for hip hop.”
Mastermind is set to hit stores on March 4, with features from Kanye West, Jay Z, Lil Wayne, The Weeknd and Big Sean. See the tracklist here.