ASN ft. AZ - Road to Success

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: ASN
Featuring:
Producer:
J. Cardim
Album:
Made for This

You’ve probably never heard of ASN, but judging from the acronym, you might guess that it stands for something sweet like “Agile Street Ninja,” or “Amazing Salsa n’ Nachos” (consider them both copywritten). Unfortunately, you would be way off. The rap alias of A.S.N. is nothing more than the initials of Amir Statlender Nedjadi, because that’s just the kind of guy he is. Although he is well on his way down the road to success, he knows that the road goes both ways. His new track, aptly titled Road To Success, is about staying motivated and keeping out of trouble. Fellow Bostonian J. Cardim contributes a synthy beat, while guest AZ spits a double-time verse that will leave your head spinning. Look out for A.S.N.’s upcoming album, Made For This (release date TBD).

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