Kid Ink constantly drops club-ready records aiming for Bout To Blow status, but few are as good as "Nasty," which touches the zeitgeist in a less lazy manner than Tory Lanez (the solid Tanto Metro and Devonte-sampling "Luv") or, ugh, Tyga ("One of One"), thanks in large part to the inclusion of rising dancehall star Spice. (As for Jeremih, this is also, I would argue, a better song than Usher and Young Thug's Jeremih-esque "No Limit.") For a blatantly sexual record, it's a disarming, sweetly subtle summer jam.