Luke James has recently gotten back into the acting world but the singer hasn’t forgotten about his music career.
James gets some help from A$AP Ferg for his latest track, a remix to “Drip.” The A$AP Mob rapper kicks off the track, spitting, “Awesome track for me to spit awesome raps/Tell Chris Breezy, step back with all his tats/From uptown, finna bring Harlem back.” The song then quickly switches to James’ vocals, although Ferg comes back towards the end of the track. “I see it drip drip, I’ma deep dive in the ocean/Gettin’ sick and tired of her ex, Ferg gon’ hit up the potion/Hit it from the back, du-rag flap, now she open,” he raps.
Earlier this week, Ferg dropped a new video for his Meek Mill-assisted song, “Trap and a Dream.” Filmed earlier this year in Harlem, the rapper decided to drop the visuals after Meek was sentenced to two to four years in prison. “Meek is my brother and will forever have my support, especially in these tough times,” said Ferg.
The Harlem rapper is also the first star of a new Jimmy Choo series, Style Diary. In an interview with the fashion house, Ferg revealed some of his style influences, listing, David Bowie, Missy Elliot, late ’90s-early 2000s Ludacris, Diddy and Busta Rhymes.
Listen to the “Drip” remix below.
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