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"H--s at my shows, they be stripping off they clothes," the rapper drawls in the opening bars, using a pitch-altering effect that makes him sound like a robot on codeine.
Rocky eventually goes back to his regular voice, doing the drugs-guns-girls thing over producer Hit-Boy's spare beat and simple keyboard melody.
"You could call me Billy Gates, got a crib in every state," spits the A$AP Mob boss, turning to real estate. "Man on the moon, got a condo out in space."
The hook ain't exactly radio-friendly, at least compared to such other Hit-Boy productions as Jay-Z and Kanye West's "N----s in Paris," but come July, hype alone could give LongLiveA$AP a big push.