Ball for Me
by Post Malone (featuring Nicki Minaj)

Album: Beerbongs & Bentleys (2018)
Charted: 70 16
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  • "Ball For Me" finds Post Malone boasting about his lavish money spending on his materialistic partner.

    I ain't got the time to get you Saint Laurent down
    Could you? I got too much on my mind right now
    Time to hit Rodeo, give my baby 30 thou'

    Malone has given his girl $30,000 to spend at the designer stores on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, California.

    The Texan previously referenced the upper class street on his 2016 single "Money Made Me Do It" featuring 2 Chainz.

    I took the Lincoln down Rodeo
  • The song features a verse by Nicki Minaj who halfway through shifts from her usual rapid-fire style to a more melodic one that matches Malone's.
  • Post Malone and Nicki Minaj penned the song along with the Texan's regular collaborator Louis Bell.


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