One month after linking up with UK artist Octavian for "Lit," A$AP Ferg is serving up another high-profile collaborative single. This time around, the NYC superstar reconnects with his A$AP Mob cohort A$AP Rocky for a hard-hitting, Frankie P-produced cut known as "Pups." This latest record from Ferg and Rocky serves as a return to more traditional bars-and-beats hip-hop for both emcees, with the two young superstars choosing to trade back-and-forth lyrics. Although "Pups" wasn’t originally released as a part of any particular promotional campaign, don’t be surprised if Ferg reveals plans for a new project in the near future.
"Back when I was rentin’ beds, I was still catchin’ head / If I was bussin’ dishes, I’d be still f*ckin’ bitches / Boof pack, gift wrapped just like Christmas / Gone for a minute, now I’m back, did you miss me? / Had the whole Harlem World wearin’ Under Armours / Under the armors, I’m a pretty mothaf*ckin’ comma / Gorgeous comma, pretty much about to f*ck your mama / Kinda runnin’ late for this meetin’ with Obama," Ferg and Rocky spit, delivering back-to-back bars and showcasing inimitable chemistry. "I ain’t mean it to rhyme, but call me when your mind right / Meet me with your romper, CC me when the vibe right / More money, more problem, more chopper, more drama / And I got these hoes, feelin’ like Mo Bamba."
You can stream A$AP Ferg and A$AP Rocky’s new joint single "Pups" above.
Back in February, A$AP Rocky revisited his most recent studio album, TESTING, for a visual in support of "Kids Turned Out Fine."