Singer Luke James has worked with many artists from Rick Ross to Snoop Dogg to Lupe Fiasco. Now, he could add A$AP Ferg to the his list of collaborators. The Harlem rapper connects with the New Orleans singer to add a jiggy twist to his August single.
A$AP Ferg bring his unique flare to the smooth single. It doesn't necessarily seem like the most likely of collaborations but both artists meet halfway to deliver a solid remix to the original. James' silky voice bleeds through the track while Ferg brings his volatile flow to the table. It's a solid match between two artists who differ in styles. James' lets Fergie come into his world so hopefully we could catch James on Ferg's next album
"Drip" was originally meant as a single off of James' Joy album. It's yet to drop but hopefully with the delivery of this song, we're getting an indication of its release in the near future.
Aye Luke, Me, you bring dark skinned back
Awesome track for me to spit awesome raps
Tell Chris Breezy to step back with all his tatts
From Uptown, finna bring Harlem back