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NGHTMRE and A$AP Ferg Team Up for “REDLIGHT”

Bass producer NGHTMRE and rapper A$AP Ferg join forces for their explosive new collaboration “REDLIGHT,” a dynamic electronic-meets-hip hop single, out now on Ultra Records. Opening with dark orchestral sounds, “REDLIGHT” evokes a dystopian reality that carries through NGHTMRE’s top-shelf production skills and A$AP Ferg’s signature vocals. The accompanying music video sheds light on the inspiration behind the tone, with thunderous sound effects and heavy basslines. Featuring the two artists as leaders of a post-apocalyptic gang of resurrected rebels, it’s both thought-provoking and anthem-ready. “REDLIGHT” follows NGHTMRE’s recent single “BANG” with Shaquille O’Neal and Lil Jon; as his debut release on Ultra Records, it’s just in time for his Ultra Music Festival headline performance.

WATCH VIDEO FOR REDLIGHT HERE

https://youtu.be/3RoLRlbGVus

BUY/STREAM HERE:

https://ffm.to/-redlight

“A$AP Ferg is one of the hip hop icons I’ve always dreamed of working with. It took a lot of time and effort to really make this record come together, but throughout the process, I’ve gained even more respect for Ferg and his vision. Throughout the shoot, Ferg was on-site, giving new ideas and feedback. It was an honor to be able to create a piece of art with this legend.”- NGHTMRE

“NGHTMRE is an amazingly talented producer and DJ. It was a thrill to work with him on this song and video!”- A$AP Ferg

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