A$AP Rocky Continues His Infatuation with Britain by Sampling Dean Blunt

The track, which is called "MONEY BAGS FREESTYLE," is the third new release from Rocky this week.
January 26, 2018, 10:52am

In the history of sampling screaming babies, there is perhaps only one track that is worth your time—Babyfather's "Meditation," produced by Dean Blunt and Arca. As its name suggests, the song is a rumination—in this case on having "twenty bands," aka hella cash, which is repeated over and over again a la Rae Sremmurd's "No Flex Zone" but with a diversion into even weirder oddball territory. It's a great track, listen here. Then peep below to hear A$AP Rocky stroll across that same instrumental in a track he released last night called "MONEY BAGS FREESTYLE."

The release is part of a new project, which for now seems to be titled DUMMIE. Earlier this week Rocky released the tracks "ABOVE" and "☆☆☆☆☆ 5IVE $TAR$," both of which feature the same artwork. Fans have speculated that the name DUMMIE (which also looks suspiciously like the dummymag.com logo?!) is referring to a collection of dummy tracks (read: throwaways) from a new record.

The releases have come off the back of a recent reemergence for Rocky on social media, during which he has also released a DVD called AWGE that sits somewhere between Risky Roadz and Pharrell's Ice Cream skate team videos. Watch a bootlegged but still very available 30-minute select from the film below.

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