"Player's Ball" is a 1993 song by hip hop group Outkast. It was the group's first single and was later featured on their 1994 debut album, Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik. It discusses the nature of living in the South and growing up in a hip hop culture.
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Roamin' holiday; WHERE TO PLAY HOOKY AND NOT GET CAUGHT#; Your own back yard. Private, safe, near the phone. "Hell-o?" Cough. On a boat, in the middle of a lake. Cell phone optional; kill the motor. The casino. If your boss is there, will he or she really want others to know? One of the secret nude beaches around town. See above. Downtown St. Paul. No one goes to downtown St. Paul.(VARIETY)
Jul 28, 2004; Byline: Jon Tevlin; Staff Writer You are at work. The day yawns on. Tick-tock. Outside, blue skies and sunshine, finally....