New Music: Asher Roth f/ Meek Mill – ‘Party Girl’

Party Girl

Just in time for summer, Asher Roth gets back in party mode on his new single “Party Girl” featuring Meek Mill. The 26-year-old rapper links with fellow Pennsylvania MC Meek Mill on the radio-ready record, which was produced by Oren Yoel and samples Eddie Murphy and Rick James’ 1985 hit “Party All the Time.”

Now signed to Def Jam, Asher’s oft-delayed sophomore album Is This Too Orange? is due this fall.

Raise a red cup to this.

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  1. Simas

    Not bad.


  2. Mfalme

    Listen to this when drunk…you will love it!


  3. hood

    i like it…the kid can make records he just need to decide is he going to be a stoner or a yuppie…pick a lane


  4. Jay

    I swear I was just listening to his first CD the other day. Glad he’s still at it. This track is nice…I wanna hear more. Lark On My Go-Kart! And is it me or was that Miguel singing the hook on his song His Dream? :)


    TUNED Reply:

    @Jay, it is Miguel lol


  5. Super Man

    it’s Meek Butt Asap Rockey Ass New Wale Sh**** Great Future for Rap Takers..)dk



    he sounds like eminem a little


  7. TheDreamer

    I love this.


  8. Gotta Lovuisr19

    Nice song


  9. LP collecter

    I like Asher Roth and Meek Mill but I’m perplexed on the beat choice. I woulda like to have them do like a PA anthem or something for this being there first track together. The Eddie Murphy ” Party all the Time” sample doesn’t do for me kinda corny and the lyrics are hot. Hope they get together for something a lil harder next time.


  10. Aylin

    Is growing swfltiy : the amount of working age Hispanics is projected to extend by 18,000,000 between 2k and 2025.15 However, without further education, Latinos will struggle to fill the talent opening left by the retiring Baby Boom generation. Teachers can show them the trail out of misery is far easier than it was for people that came before them.’ We need to help families understand they should paint that dream [of a college education] for their boys and daughters,’ Mendoza says. It’s because I went to an open-enrollment varsity that I was capable of being educated.’ Villao is hopeful about the way ahead for America’s Latinos.


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