Album: Self Made Vol. 3 (2013)
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  • This is a track from Self Made Vol. 3, the third compilation album by Maybach Music Group. The song is credited to Gunplay featuring Rick Ross and Yo Gotti. Rozay explained to MTV News that it came about organically. "We was in the studio and actually there were four Gallardo Lamborghinis outside, and we pulled up a beat and we just was having fun, man," he said. "It's a real good vibe, it's for the women who really just shooting for the stars. She don't mean no harm, she just wanna be with a bawse."
  • The music video was directed by MMG's Dre Films. "The concept behind 'Gallardo' is basically fly whips," Dre Films told MTV News. "We've got a couple [Gallardos] out here. We have beautiful women, so it's a fly record and the ladies are gonna love it. This is one of the videos that I notice has the most cameos in it. A lot of the people who are featured on Self Made Vol. 3 are in the video and I'm just glad they came out and showed love and support."


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