The Murda Beatz produced track starts off with the Migos member delivering an ad-lib riddled verse over a bass-heavy beat. Pausing the song before Rocky’s verse, Murda notes the rapper’s freedom before letting the hard-hitting lines roll in. It is unclear if the track was recorded after Flacko was released from jail in Sweden. The premiere of the track comes shortly after a clip of the producer and A$AP Rocky working in the studio made its way on the Internet last week.
Catch Murda Beatz’s premiere of the A$AP Rocky and Offset track below.
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