No Words
by Dave (featuring MoStack)

Album: Game Over (2017)
Charted: 17


  • Dave Santan is joined by his fellow English rapper MoStak for this Game Over track where the pair exchange rhymes about their beefs:

    I don't wanna dead no beef
    I don't wanna sort it out
    I don't wanna hear no words
    I don't wanna talk it out

    Dave is enjoying the dispute, presumably because he feels he has the upper hand.

    Dave and MoStak also discuss their relationship issues.

    Not again, oh my days
    Another girl with her sly ways
    And why is this girl moving sideways?

    MoStak is fed up with girls that link up with him, only to move onto someone else once they've got what they wanted.
  • The piano based beat is courtesy of Steel Banglez, as well as Dave himself. Steel Banglez's other productions include Krept & Konan's "Go Down South" and J Hus' "Fisherman." The East London producer also notched up his own debut UK hit single "Bad," in late 2017, which is a collaboration with MoStack as well as Not3s, Mr Eazi and Yungen.


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