Nas, Fivio Foreign, and A$AP Ferg Connect for the "Spicy" Video
Nas breaks out the Dominican flag face mask for the new video.
On Friday, Nas dropped the video for "Spicy," the second single from his latest album King's Disease. The Hit-Boy produced track unites three different generations of New York rap, with features from Fivio Foreign and A$AP Ferg.
The video was directed by Jack Begert, along with executive producers Sam Canter, Christian Sutton, and Peter Bittenbender. The trio post up in front of the Sweet Chick Nas recently opened in Long Island City, Queens.
"Que lo que!" Nas wrote on Instagram. "This one's for the city...the gritty."
All three MCs are fresh off new releases. On Friday, Fivio Foreign dropped his new single "Bop It," featuring Polo G. Just a week ago, Ferg dropped Floor Seats 2, as well as his latest single "Big A$AP," featuring Monica.
Ferg recently spoke about Fivio Foreign, Pop Smoke, and the Brooklyn drill movement in an interview with Complex.
"I think it's dope," he said. "I think it's a great addition to music. It's fun. It comes from a very tough place, but there's also a lot of dancing in it. It's an energy booster. Whenever that AXL beat drops in a club or wherever you are—it could be in your car and a bunch of people are hanging around your car because we can't go to clubs right now—it just turns you up. You start doing that one leg dance and throwing your fist in the sky like Pop Smoke. You know what I'm saying? I think it's dope."