"Bath Salt" Leads to "Rapin' Mona Lisa," According to A$AP Mob and Flatbush Zombies
It had been 62 days since Miami's last zombie attack. But now we have to restart the counter.
A$AP Rocky and his A$AP Mob just released "Bath Salt," a dark banger with enough evil swag to make you eat a face off. Or at least rape Mona Lisa.
The track is the first official single from the group, featuring verses from Flatbush Zombies Meech and Juice, as well as A$AP Ant and Rocky himself. Lyrically, it's pretty bizarre.
So we here at Crossfade compiled our favorite lyrics, just for you.
The Flatbush Zombies get the song started. While Meech comes off a bit introspective, Juice just talks about being superhigh and awesome. But it's Mob members Ant and Rocky that take the track to the next-level, i.e. a scary place where art classics get raped and Willy Wonka produces ejaculate.
Here are some of our favorite choice snippets:
"Ant is a pyrex, I'm the coke and the baking soda
Truth be the blue flame that create the whole thing
Rap game, crack game, apparently the same thing"
"Dark shades on my Eazy-E
I got bitches on my mini me"
"I'm a demon triple beamin'
Painting pictures rapin' Mona Lisa ...
Killin bitches sniffin' panties
Willy wonka candy semen"
"A$AP niggas be aliens
Cold-blooded nigga, reptilian
Acid, acid, Ambiens
Only fuck a bitch if she lesbian"
A$AP Rocky's LONGLIVEA$AP 2012 Tour. With A$AP Mob, Schoolboy Q, and Danny Brown. Thursday, November 8. Fillmore Miami Beach, 1700 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. The show starts at 8 p.m. and tickets cost $26.50 to $39.50 plus fees via livenation.com. All ages. Call 305-673-7300 or visit fillmoremb.com.
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