Rico Nasty Covers Fader and Announces New Project “Nasty”

Like a bat out of hell, Rico Nasty has emerged from the depths of Maryland’s Prince George’s County. Having recently signed to Atlantic Records, Rico joins the label’s already robust stable of emerging female emcees, a roster fully equipped with bars for days and style unparalleled.

The eviscerated beats left in her wake and her ravenous bars have earned her millions of views, fans, and now the June cover of The Fader.

Along with a cover story chronicling her journey to this point, Rico Nasty has also revealed that she will be dropping her first project as a new signee of Atlantic Records on June 15, dubbed Nasty. Featuring cover art created in collaboration with Yung Jake the project will undoubtedly expose her to an even broader audience and will serve as the launchpad for the next stage in her career.

If tracks like “Hey Arnold” and “Key Lime OG” are any indication, we can expect Rico Nasty to keep making noise out here, putting on for the DMV, and being another name out of Prince George’s County that you won’t forget.

h/t: The Fader; Photos by Katie McCurdy

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