Rob Hansen // REVOLT
A$AP Ferg may be on the road for Future’s Nobody Safe Tour, but that doesn’t mean he can’t release some new tunes in the meantime. The Harlem native treated fans to a revival of his Trap Lord Tuesdays single series, kicking the event off with “Nia Long,” an ode to the actress whose filmography includes “Boyz N the Hood,” “Friday,” and “The Best Man.” Produced by HighDefRazjah, the beatsmith also responsible for Ferg’s opening number “Let It Go” on his debut Trap Lord, the record was the first of four new cuts to come from the Hood Pope’s vault.
Even with “Nia Long” to hold fans over until the yet-to-be-released Still Striving, Ferg hit fans with a double whammy, serving up a new collaborative track with Lil Yachty, titled, “Aw Yeah.” The record marks the second effort between the two as the pair, along with producer Maaly Raw, debuted the Arnold Schwarzenegger-inspired “Terminator” back in December.
Ferg didn’t stop there, late Tuesday evening, the emcee took to his Instagram to announce his third offering of the day,” “Furious Ferg.” Mere hours later, he capped the night off with “Plain Jane,” produced by Pro Era member Kirk Knight, teasing, “You thought I was done,” redirecting fans to his SoundCloud page from a link in his Instagram bio.
Check out the records below: