Jay Park, GASHI & Rich The Kid Connect For “FSU” Video

The second single off of his upcoming Roc Nation EP, ‘Ask ‘Bout Me.’

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Jay Park link up with GASHI and Rich The Kid for his second single from his upcoming Roc Nation EP, Ask ‘Bout Me. Titled “FSU” (F*ck Sh*t Up), the visual sees Park, Gashi and Rich hanging around different locations like a desert, a club and more. The song finds all three artists delivering hard-hitting rhymes over a trap instrumental helmed by Groovy Room, a Korean production duo under Jay Park’s H1GHR Music. His EP Ask ‘Bout Me is a follow up to his last studio album Everything You Wanted, which dropped in October 2016.

Watch the video above. For more on Jay Park, see our interview with him where he speaks about his last single “Soju,” being signed to Roc Nation and representing Asian hip-hop.

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