Asher Roth has been super lowkey since he emerged onto the scene. He’s not one of those artists that’s going to constantly bombard you with music; he’s very precise. Whenever he does drop music, it’s always a dope track or project. This time around Asher links up with Vic Mensa for a new track “Fast Life.”
The track is produced by Blended Babies and talks about living too fast without realizing that life catches up with you eventually. Both rappers spit solid verses before leading into a solo from Donnie Trumpet of Kids These Days. This is a smooth record and I’m digging it.
“Fast Life” will be on Roth’s upcoming album Retro Hash, which is set to drop on April 22. The album will have features and production from Chuck Inglish, Curren$y, and more.