Rico Nasty recruits Don Toliver and Gucci Mane for “Don’t Like Me”
The track is expected to appear on Rico Nasty’s forthcoming album ‘Nightmare Vacation.’
Currently, the world is waiting for Rico Nasty’s official debut album Nightmare Vacation, which was preceded by singles like “Own It” and “IPHONE.” This week, she adds to that with the Buddah Bless-produced “Don’t Like Me,” which features the added stylings of Gucci Mane and Don Toliver and is essentially a theme song for winners and those who have no problem bragging about their sexual prowess:
“These b***hes don’t like me, your boyfriend wanna come wife me, n***a from the Bay said that I’m hyphy, n***as from the way been said that I’m lit, like high key, ooh, floatin’ inside of the coupe, Do it like Nike, I swoosh/
We don’t follow, we break all the rules, spendin’ and thumbin’ through blues ooh, roll one up just to keep me high, ooh, don’t look down if you scared of heights, wide eyes, like the fairy type, long days and some scary nights/”
2019 might be considered Rico Nasty’s true breakout year, thanks to projects like the Kenny Beats-produced Anger Management and her joining the likes of Blueface, Megan Thee Stallion, Gunna, DaBaby, Roddy Ricch, Tierra Whack, and Cordae as that year’s XXL Freshman class. She also let loose a slew of popular loose singles, including “Roof,” “Sandy,” “Time Flies,” “Fashion Week,” “IDGAF,” “Lightning,” and “Popstar.”
“I think that it takes a lot of creativity to come out of the DMV and get some recognition… [artists there are] always trying to pull each other down. … We got the mambo sauce, we got the Go Go. If you don’t bump Go Go then you not from the DMV.”
Fans can press play on “Don’t Like Me” below. Nightmare Vacation will hopefully arrive before year’s end.
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