"Tango" takes a bit of a turn toward serious subject matter from the usual fun-loving Ferg. After a solid minute of spacey vocals from Kanobby, Ferg launches into a brutally honest confession about his personal life. He opens up about the death of his father—which he claims was due to poor treatment of his kidney illness—and begins shouting out everyone from his mother to his departed comrade ASAP Yams.
Prior to the song premiering on Zane Lowe's show, Ferg set up the record with a brief description of the theme, telling Lowe it's about being straight up with people and not pulling any punches.
"Tango is a record basically that's like, when people be dancing around with their words, you can't dance around with your words no more," he said. "You have to give it straight to them, like raw. You can't be like dancing around questions and answers, you just got to kind of give it straight up, how it is."
According to a press release, "Tango" is set to feature on Ferg's upcoming project, Still Striving, which is still tentatively scheduled for an August release. You can listen to a steam of "Tango" below.