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Rico Nasty Releases highly anticipated debut album, Nightmare Vacation

The fiery DMW rapper officially dropped her debut studio album which is highly energetic and lined with agro-punk rap and a mix of everything that brought her into the limelight. having amassed a strong cult following through a string of mixtapes, it’s only appropriate that Rico Nasty gives her fans an album to catch up with. 

The album, ‘Nightmare Vacation’ is a hybrid that spans 16 captivating tracks with jarring sound; all 16 tracks are available for streaming via Atlantic Records/Sugar Trap at all DSPs and streaming services

With a long list of 16 tracks, some of the unforgettable tracks include “Pussy Poppin”, “CashMoneyAP”, “Buddah Bless”, “Smack A Bitch Remix”, “OHFR” and more. The album features guest artists, including Trippie Redd and Amine. Production from producers like A Daytrip and Grammy Nominee Tay Keith and Kenny beats complement Rico Nasty’s brazen sound. 


Rico Nasty pushed herself on this genre-defying project to showcase her unbridled range and melodic hoarseness. 

“iPhone”, produced by 100 gecs’ Dylan Brady is a blown-out trap beat with edgy tunes that makes the track a timeless one. The video to “iPhone” is a stylish and fun 3D video featuring Rick Nasty as a miniature doll crawling out of a smartphone. 

Own It” is a kind of club vibe showcasing Rico’s style of pushing boundaries. Rico teamed up with Don Toliver and Gucci Mane on “Don’t Like Me” for a delightful tune. This track features an ebullient beat with booming bass and crisp drums. The bubblegum singsong rap features the trio dropping dope verses on the chorus “Ooh, roll one up just to keep me high/Ooh, don’t look down if you scared of heights”

“OHFR?” ft producer Dylan Brady is one of the hyper pop on the album. “OHFR?” video sees Rico going through costume changes while spitting bars with her ever fierce attitude. “Let it Out” is full of grinding guitar loops with the rapper dropping some hard bars.

It’s refreshing to hear the album end with Rico’s breakthrough track “Smack A Bit”, but this time, a remixed version. 

The complete tracks on Nightmare Vacation by Rico Nasty

Overall, Nightmare Vacation showcases Rico as an artist with some fierce potential and a strong gut, confidently expressing the power of her raw expression and expanding the boundaries of her craft. Listen to the stunning new album HERE

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