Kid Ink Recruits YG & Problem For His ‘Bad Ass’ Remix (Listen)

Kid Ink Recruits YG & Problem For His ‘Bad Ass’ Remix (Listen)
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Kid Ink recruits fellow West Coast emcees YG & Problem to lend their lyrical talents on the remix to his latest single, “Bad Ass.”

The triple threat effort highlights new verses from the rising Cali rappers, making for a slightly doper version than the original.

Are you guys feeling this one? Give the track a listen below & let us know what you think.

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