After dropping their single "Strawberry" to support their first album in over a decade, 112 is back with their new cut "Dangerous Games," where they compare love to high stakes competition.

"I don't want to play this game of chest anymore / Everyone knows when your queen is gone you don't last long, so I keep my self in check mate, love," the lyrics go.

Of course, it's no surprise that the song has that classic '90s R&B feel to it due to the group's era, but they've still managed to add a nice updated twist to it.

For those who haven't noticed, 112 has remained pretty active over the years, despite not being in the mainstream limelight, and that's mainly been through touring.

"It's all about consistency," said group member Slim in a past interview. "Once you've already laid down the foundation like we've already have, we've sold over 20 something million records, [we] just keep it moving."

There's no word yet as to when the group's new album will arrive, but you can listen to their new "Dangerous Games" single below.

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