Atlantic Records/Sugar Trap recording artist Rico Nasty and producer Kenny Beats have announced today’s release of their latest and highly anticipated collaboration. The 9-track mixtape, “ANGER MANAGEMENT” is available now at all DSPs and streaming services HERE.
“ANGER MANAGEMENT” – which sees acclaimed rapper Rico Nasty teaming up with longtime collaborator Kenny Beats who is also joined by Baauer, EarthGang and Splurge. The collective follows last year’s label debut mixtape, “NASTY,” available at all DSPs and streaming services HERE.
A wildly charismatic live performer, Rico Nasty – who recently lit up this year’s Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival with a pair of spectacularly creative sets – will celebrate “ANGER MANAGEMENT” with an array of highly anticipated international live dates, including headline shows and performances at such world famous festivals as Barcelona, Spain’s Primavera Sound (May 30th), AFROPUNK Paris 2019 (July 13th), and Chicago, IL’s Pitchfork Music Festival (July 19th). For complete details and ticket information, please visit www.riconastymusic.com.
Rico recently partnered with Skullcandy to launch “12 Moods,” a new campaign highlighting a different mood by showcasing an artist, athlete, and color with exclusive products. The campaign began last month – Women’s History Month – with “Bold,” pairing Rico with pro skateboarder Jenn Soto to spearhead the first release. To celebrate, Rico offered up an exclusive tangerine-colored live performance of “Guap (LaLaLa),” streaming HERE. What’s more, Rico sits down to discuss edibles, emojis, plastic surgery, “The Baby Shark Song,” and more on the first episode of Skullcandy’s new “Feel It / Don’t Feel It?” series, streaming HERE.
2019 has already seen Rico and Kenny team up for “Roof,” available for streaming and download HERE; the track’s wildly creative visual is streaming via YouTubeHERE. “Rico Nasty Descends to Earth to Assert Her Dominance in New Video,” hailed Billboard, while The FADER declared “Roof” to be “a fiery new music video…depicting the rapper as a sort of deity, as onlookers watch in amazement.” As if that weren’t enough, Rico is featured in Comin’ Up, a new documentary film from The FADER streaming HERE.
Named among Forbes’ annual “30 Under 30 2019: Music,” Rico Nasty proved one of 2018’s most celebrated artists, earning a wide range of high profile media attention including a cover appearance on The FADER‘s annual Summer Music issue. GQ declared her “a rising superstar (who) has been dropping stadium-sized, guitar-heavy anthems like “Rage” and “Smack a Bitch” regularly.” Pitchfork applauded Rico for “(exploring) a greater range of sounds, dabbling in bedroom pop, melodic trap, and a bruising style of forechecking rap, drawing inspiration from Grimes, Rihanna, and Slipknot,” noting, “NASTY is her most complete performance yet, an unrelenting, elbow-throwing mosh-rap record about defending your turf… a head-spinning mix of singsong escapades and violent thrasher anthems.”
- Cheat Code (Featuring Baauer)
- Big Titties (Featuring Baauer and EarthGang)
- Nasty World (Skit)
- Mood (Featuring Splurge)
- Sell Out
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