ASAP Ferg and Migos Got a Strip Club Anthem With New Song “Nasty (Who Dat)”
A$AP Ferg links with Migos for a new single "Nasty (Who Dat)," a song that's sure to be played at your favorite strip club. The record is off of the Harlem native's upcoming project Still Striving that drops Aug. 18. Ferg remakes J.T. Money’s 1999 street anthem “Who Dat” on the song’s hook while the trio handles the verses.
“Beat that pussy, Ike, Mike Tyson, bite/Early a.m. on the redeye flight," raps Quavo. Later, he adds: “It’s my brother Ferg/Double-park that Bentley on that Harlem curb/I can flip a pigeon and a dirty bird/Chopper with precision, you better mind ya business.”
Still Striving is one of the most anticipated projects of the year. A$AP Ferg recently dropped the remix to “East Coast” with appearances by A$AP Rocky, Rick Ross, Snoop Dogg and more.
A$AP Mob is having a busy month. A$AP Twelvyy dropped his long-awaited debut album 12, and later this month on Aug. 25, Cozy Tapes Vol. 2 comes out.
Bump "Nasty (Who Dat)" on Apple Music or cop it on iTunes.
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