F--k Out My Face

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  • This track is a collaboration with the West Coast gangsta newcomer A$ton Matthews, Cypress Hill rapper B-Real, and two of the three surviving members of the Queens-bred group Onyx. Ferg told MTV News that Onyx, whose hardcore sound presaged A$AP Mob a generation ago, reminds him a lot of the New York Hip-Hop collective where he first made his name and he was pleased that he managed to pull two of the group's members Sticky Fingaz and Fredro Starr for this cut. "Sticky and Fredro, they hang out a lot all the time. They're brothers. They just be everywhere together. They're still wild," he said. "They remind me of us, A$AP. They remind me of A$AP. So we had a lot of moments where we weren't even working, we were just going over like old stories."
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