Two powerhouses joined forces on the freshly released “Money” track. Rico Nasty tapped in with fellow star Flo Milli for their brand new head-turning collaboration. The new single is a follow up to Rico’s recent offerings like “Buss” and “Magic.” On the song, the duo goes off over a sample of “We Want Some Pussy” by 2 Live Crew:
Love don’t pay the bills, n***a (Uh-huh) I ain’t tryna chill with you (Hell nah)/ You ain’t getting no real figures? Can’t touch on this figure, lil booty but I make it jiggle (Ooh)/ Swipe his card till we blow the whistle (Yeah) my hair long, n***a, pay attention/ I ain’t coming in ‘less you get my friends in (Oh, oh)
We need fifteen bottles in our section (Yeah, yeah)/ Can’t provide it? N***a, get to stepping (Oh, oh) this pussy a secret weapon I like shoes and expensive presents/
Upon its eventual release, Rico’s new album will follow last December’s Nightmare Vacation, which was Rico Nasty’s official debut LP that saw 16 tracks with contributions from Gucci Mane, Don Toliver, Aminé, Trippie Redd, ppcocaine, Sukihana, and Rubi Rose. Rico also upped her feature game with memorable appearances on tracks like Mahalia’s “Jealous,” Juicy J’s “TAKE IT,” IDK and YungManny’s “495,” Kali Uchis’ “Aquí Yo Mando,” Kidd Kenn’s “Moves,” Jasiah’s “Art of War,” and Kali’s “Do A Bitch (Remix).”
Prior to that, Rico blessed her fans with loose cuts like “IDGAF,” “Lightning,” “Popstar,” and “Dirty” — the last of which eventually landed on the official soundtrack for the Issa Rae-backed series “Insecure.” 2020 also saw Rico contributing to songs by the likes of Jucee Froot, Boys Noize, Mahalia, and fellow D.C. area talents Kali Uchis and IDK.
Be sure to press play on Rico Nasty’s brand new single “Money” featuring Flo Milli.
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