A$AP Ferg is killing the game in regards to both music and fashion, so it only makes sense to bring the two together for his latest release. Above lies a new clip for the Kirk Knight-produced track “Nandos,” which is taken from last week’s drop Still Striving. Interestingly enough, there’s no Peri Peri chicken in sight; instead, the video acts as a promotional tool for Ferg’s new Trap Lord collaboration with adidas.
In a classroom and school-style setting, we get to check out polo jerseys, sneakers, jackets and more from the new collection. Knight makes an appearance, while kids ride around on skateboards and bikes; inside, Ferg’s class is in session as he raps about what’s been happening around him and his people:
Mother***er don’t you see that I’m ridin’
24/7 on the corner all my n***as they be all survivin’
Used to only hear ice cream trucks now all we hear is sirens
That’s ’cause this f***ing world only stuck on money and violence
Check out “Nandos” above and pick up Still Striving here.
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