Guns and Roses
by T.I.

Album: Trouble Man: Heavy is the Head (2012)
  • This T.I. collaboration with Pink finds the stars talking about a relationship where they can neither live with nor without each other. The "Try" songstress sings soulfully on the heartfelt hook: "Guns and roses… we don't know which one to choose when either way we are gonna lose." During a listening session of the album at NYC's Germano Studios, Tip declared this track to be Trouble Man's "money maker."
  • The song is one of three on the album produced by T-Minus. T.I. had previously collaborated with the Canadian hip hop and R&B producer on Drake featuring song "Poppin Bottles" from his No Mercy album.
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