A$AP Ferg Turns Into a Professor in 'Nandos' Video

A$AP Ferg, "Nandos"
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A$AP Ferg, "Nandos"

Just one week removed from the release of his Still Striving mixtape, A$AP Ferg unleashed the visual for his latest cut "Nandos" and despite the song's title, the popular UK restaurant is nowhere in sight. 

The clip doubles as a music video and a trailer for Ferg's upcoming Traplord x Adidas skateboarding collaboration as the rapper dons a polo jersey with his signature "TLHP" logo emblazoned on the front and a pair of Adidas Matchcourt x Trap Lord sneakers.

Kids on skateboards and bikes are seen riding across an abandoned schoolyard. Viewers are taken inside the school where Ferg pretends to be a teacher, giving his pupils a lesson on how he stunts on his haters with his "winning team."

Kirk Knight, who produced "Nandos," appears in the video alongside Ferg as the pair raps on top of the school building. The "Plain Jane" rapper reaches the core of his lecture during his second verse, telling the students, "24/7 on the corner all my n----as they be all surviving/ Used to only hear ice cream trucks now all we hear is sirens/ That's 'cause this f--king world only stuck on money and violence, money and violence."

Check out "Nandos" below. 


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