This fresh version of Rick Ross's Mastermind cut "Black & White" uses the central image to flip it into a comment on race and the recent protests in Ferguson. Rozay alters the hook to sing Tear gas all through the night/N*ggas thuggin' out in Ferguson so get it right, and Stalley, Gunplay and Killer Mike all step up to deliver verses about ruthless street life, with shouts to Mike Brown and Trayvon Martin. It seems like as good a time as any to revisit Killer Mike's impassioned response to Brown's death last month, as he wrote on Instagram: "Don't debate. Don't insert your agenda. Save me the bullshit Black On Black Crime speech and look at these to Noble creatures called humans and look at what govt sanctioned murder has done."