Cash Money's new artist Fat Yunginn shares the visuals of his song "No Choice" featuring buzzing rapper Rylo Rodriguez. As the title suggests, the track details the limited options available for a young black man living in the ghetto. Fat Yunginn doesn't shy away from his past situations and gives the listener the true accounts of what he had to go through to survive every day. Over the lush guitar-driven laidback trap beat, the Dallas native makes use of smooth melodic flows to convey his come-up story. Rodriguez also employs a similar approach and drops his own 2 cents on the second verse.
The accompanying music video for "No Choice" tells a story of the artists interacting in street politics in hopes of obtaining huge paydays. Ducking and dodging the law lead the two's first meeting which eventually led them to a debut rap single. The aesthetics are somewhat cinematic too and splices the story with performance shots of both artists while they do what they know best. Multiple locations were used from Atlanta to Rylo's hometown in Mobile, Alabama.
"No Choice" is the follow-up single to Fat Yunginn "Fill Up Da Bagg" the track that Cash Money discovered his infectious street-smart style, leading to his signing with the same label that made superstars of Lil Wayne, Drake, and Nicki Minaj.