The artist's rollout sets high expectations for his upcoming EP.
Jay Parks next project is due for release in a couple of weeks. His EP Ask 'Bout Me serves as a follow up to his last studio album Everything You Wanted, which came out in October 2016. The Korean-American gives his fans another taste of his new project with a music video for his second single, "FSU" (read as "Fuck Shit Up"). The track features Rich The Kid and Gashi who both make an appearance in the neon light-laced visuals. The track props them up as artists posting up in top spots. This is evidently true when it comes to Jay Park. The Seatle native embodies the term "prolific" with his extensive list of collaborations, including his recent "SOJU" joint with 2Chainz, and television appearances. When he raps " Official, no whistle, I’m takin' the game by storm, no typhoon," listeners who are paying attention to his moves know he ain't capping.