Hot off the release of SupaJefe, Kap G teams up with his mentor Pharrell Williams for the album’s standout, “Icha Gicha.”
Over thumping production, the song kicks off with a verse from the Supa Jefe himself. “You see, my people keep dying,” he raps. “And it don’t make New York Times / This shit like math and division, you gotta carry the nine.”
Then Skateboard P rolls in with a boastful Hollywood-inspired hook. “If she tell you something good ’bout me, you should just believe her,” he raps. “Taking all her girls out, naked girls at Cheetahs / Feeling on their ass while they rolling up that cheeba / Then we going to 1OAK like richa, icha, gicha.”
Kap — who is currently on Chris Brown’s “Party Tour” — previously spoke with Rap-Up about working with Pharrell. “That’s the big homie, but I’ve been a fan of bro since I was a young’n too,” he said. “He like the G.O.A.T. Everything people doing now is really because of him.”
In addition to Pharrell, SupaJefe features Chris Brown (“I See You”), Dae Dae (“I Heard”), and Kapfe (“CEO”).