ASAP Rocky and Young Thug Hop on The Weeknd’s “Reminder (Remix)”
The original "Reminder" sees Weeknd take on a sort of sarcastic tone as he shoots down anyone suggesting he'd switched up. Weeknd's first verse on the original track comes after Thugger's verse on the remix. Thugger is up to bat first.
Using a healthy dose of Auto-Tune, Thugger spits about his earliest dreams in the rap game, contrasting his past with his present: "I used to pray to hear my songs on the radio/Growing up, my foot was only after kicking doors/Keep sixty bitches backstage, at like every show/Ain’t no more Hanes on my balls, these are Kenneth Cole."
For his part, Rocky turns in a verse that feels more about flow than anything else, spitting about remaining true to his image while skittering around the Doc McKinney and Mano-produced track.
"No way you think if ever I decide to cut my hair like Abel/Just like Jaden Smith, I'll probably walk around a day with it/Okay, you lame, I'm a-okay with it/Might take the paper around my old ways," Rocky spits.
All together, the "Reminder (Remix)" is pretty fire. You can cop it on iTunes now or stream it below.
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