A$AP Ferg Unleashes Hard Hitting Track, "Nasty (Who Dat)," Alongside Migos

Fergenstein meets the hottest trio in the ATL.

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Following the drop of A$AP Twelvyy’s debut project 12, A$AP Ferg is the next member of the Mob set to drop a project during their “AWGEST” takeover. Ferg has been treating fans to gems while they wait for his Still Striving album such as “Plain Jane” and an all-star-studded lineup on his remix for “East Coast.” As of today, Ferg has added another cut to the aforementioned selection dubbed “Nasty (Who Dat).”

The latest cut from the Harlem native features Migos and takes you on an upbeat ride as it pays homage to JT Money’s “Who Dat” track from 1999. Check out the track below and let us know your thoughts.

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