A$AP Ferg and Tyga connect with Dennis Rodman for new visual
The track is taken from Ferg’s latest release ‘Floor Seats II.’
Over the weekend, A$AP Ferg blessed the masses with his latest project Floor Seats II, which comes packed with ten songs and features from Marilyn Manson, Diddy, Mulatto, Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj, Fivio Foreign, and more. One of the standouts from the project is the Tyga-assisted “Dennis Rodman,” which is produced by Pliznaya and makes plenty of references to the crazy life of the song’s namesake:
“It feel like we won the Finals, we got five rings, we livin’ the series, I’m thirty-for-thirty, I shake ‘em like Kyrie, You n***as stuck on that bulls***, I ain’t talkin’ ‘bout Dennis, we the ballers in the game, feel like we runnin’ the scrimmage…/”
Fans also get to check out a visual for the high-energy track, directed by Frank and Ivanna Borin, complete with Chicago Bulls and basketball references mixed with the usual rockstar imagery. Dennis Rodman also stars in the flashy clip, mainly as a fashionable dressed coach for the Ferg and Tyga-led basketball team.
Floor Seats II follows last year’s Floor Seats, which saw nine tracks and assists from the likes of Rico Nasty, Asian Doll, Ty Dolla $ign, and fellow Harlemite and crew member A$AP Rocky. Ferg’s last official studio album, the sophomore drop Always Strive And Prosper, was released back in 2016 and landed him in the top ten of the Billboard 200 with 35,000 album equivalent units sold during its first week of release.
“It was something super petty, but to make a long story short…I address it in a song called ‘Big ASAP’ that I’m adding on to the project in a week. … I am in the A$AP Mob … I mean, who’s been waving this flag for the past couple years?”
Press play on “Dennis Rodman” below.
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