Rico Nasty blessed fans with her new project, Anger Management earlier this week. The rapper teamed up with Kenny Beats for the effort which hailed features from EarthGang, Bauuer, and Splurge. With each release, Rico Nasty slowly proves that she's one of the strongest forces in hip-hop, period, regardless of gender, as she continues to push boundaries with her music. One track in particular that stood out was "Relative" which finds Rico dabbling in more dusty, soulful production.
Rico Nasty has shown so many different sides of her artistry over the years. "Relative" is a short effort on the project, running less than a minute and a half, but Rico gets her point across in a short time. Rico Nasty details people changing up on her now that she's become successful. Rico gets into a more underground, old school type of vibe with her flow while the song's production was handled by both Harry Fraud and Kenny Beats. It's a different feel from Rico Nasty but not far removed from her style.
Check the track out below.
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Walk up in the club and I'm dressed so stylish
What is this, a skating rink? 'Cause these bitches childish
I just bought a new Beamer truck, it came with no mileage
I be stylin', look what I'm ridin' in
I don't do no hidin'
Higher than a bitch that's addicted to skydivin'