Nas Taps A$AP Ferg And Fivio Foreign For ‘Spicy’
At the point when the tracklist for Nas and Hit-Boy’s King’s Disease emerged not long ago, many were surprised by the decision of feature artists. Of course, The Firm reunion was the biggest jaw-dropper however what was additionally surprising was seeing the slew of new artists that Nas enlisted for the undertaking. Nas swaps bars with Big Sean while Don Toliver holds down snare duties on “Replace Me” while he and Lil Durk give proper respect to Black mothers and women on “Til The War Is Won.”
The most surprising feature, be that as it may, came on the bonus track, “Spicy.” Initially, many, including myself, were hesitant to hear Nas endeavor to handle Brooklyn drill in the wake of seeing Fivio Foreign and A$AP Ferg’s name appended to it. Be that as it may, they associate for an intergenerational New York banger with Hit-Boy on the beat giving triumphant piano chords and crispy drums. It’s a flashy record that delivers unquestionably more swag and charisma from every one of the three parties rather than an expressive mother lode. It’s Hit-Boy, however, that masterfully finds a center ground for each of the three rappers to flourish off of.
Listen to ‘Spicy’ below and let us know your thoughts.
Whole squad hide the burners
Mets hat in the sky like Bobby Shmurda
They watch me like the chip, courtside at the Rucker
Flow only getting tougher, she beggin’ me to cuff her
Brooklyn Sweet Chick, waffles with raspberry butter
Wear a mink at the roller rink middle of the summer
If I can’t get it done, I got soldiers with me to cover