P. Chace ft Trina – ‘NBA (Nothing But A$$)’

We’ve seen a lot of great rappers coming out of South Florida, it seems to be a hotbed for them. P. Chace, from Fort Lauderdale, is no exception, and is currently making waves beyond the Sunshine State, and his latest work, ‘NBA (Nothing But A$$)’ is set to go places.

A songwriter, artist, and producer, P. Chace has worked with Trina, Urban Mystic, Scott Storch, and many more. He’s even received a platinum plaque for his work wth Trick Daddy on ‘Thugs R Us’, and the music of P. Chace, the president of Realionaire Entertainment, has been compared to the likes of 2 Chainz, Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, among others.

‘NBA (Nothing But A$$)’ features prolific and talented artist Trina, who has been proclaimed by XXL as “the most consistent female rapper of all time”.

The video for ‘NBA’ starts out with a radio DJ introducing the song. We see shots of the South Florida coastline, which are interspersed by shots of a well-endowed woman getting off a motorcycle (in the highest of heels – we can only wonder how she managed to ride the bike with those on) and walking around. Trina raps about her qualities, while P. Chace is in a strip club flashing the cash, and rapping about a woman who is “nothing but A$$”.

It’s not a song or a video for everyone, but musically it has catchy riffs, and the rhyming is clever and laid back. Trina is definitely body confident, which is to something to be appreciated.

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P. Chace ft Trina NBA (Nothing But Ass)

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