Add this to the Labor Day playlist.
Just in time for Labor Day Weekend, rising Miami artist, ChAyo Nash, has teamed up with Rich Homie Quan to release his energetic trap song, “Lo Mein”. Nash has been steadily grinding towards his musical ambitions, and it looks he’s receiving the necessary co-signs to convert those dreams into a reality.
While ChAyo Nash isn’t a household name yet, he’s been strategically tapping the right individuals to help bolster his career. A year ago, Nash collaborated with the Cash Money artist, Caskey, on the track, “Dope Shit”; a year before that, he recruited T-Pain’s distinct voice for his song, “Uppers (Pills)”. Now, as previously mentioned, ChAyo can proudly say that he has a Rich Homie Quan feature under his belt.
“Lo Mein” puts a clever spin on the classic Chinese cuisine to describe Nash’s trapping habits—he sells it for the low, mane. ChAyo’s quick tongue continues describing the ins and outs of the trap lifestyle, and its interaction with him. Rich Homie Quan comes in around the 1:45 mark to reinforce the song’s theme through describing his own relationship with the fast life and the benefits received.
Stream “Lo Mein” below now, and add it to the Labor Day Weekend playlist: