“Foot Fungus” by Ski Mask The Slump God
It is said that Ski Mask decided to name this track “foot fungus” just because the term has a humorous ring to it. Likewise, this track is not about anything serious in particular. Instead the subject Ski Mask seems to focus on most is his intimate interactions with women. And it probably goes without saying that the second-most referred-to topic is his impressive level of wealth.
And similar to other tracks Ski Mask has written, he references colorful-fictional, children-oriented characters such as Hercules, Ben 10 and the Powerpuff Girls.
What is the meaning of the term “foot fungus”?
As the name implies, it is a fungal infection in the toenails and between the toes. From this brief definition, it is abundantly clear this track has nothing to do with a fungal infection.
Facts about the song “Foot Fungus”
- Ski Mask penned “Foot Fungus” in collaboration with Kenny Beats and Roofeeo.
- In addition to contributing to the writing of the song, Kenny and Roofeeo co-produced the track.
- The song’s initial title was “Okay”. However, shortly before it was released, Ski Mask changed it to its current title. He announced the change via social media.
- “Foot Fungus” is the third track on Ski Mask’s 2018 album Stokeley. The aforesaid album is his debut studio album of his career as a rapper. The popular song “Nuketown” can also be found on the album. That track features Juice WRLD.
- The title of this track isn’t used in its lyrics.
- This track is made up of an intro, two choruses and three verses. Ski Mask handles all these sections by himself.
Was “Foot Fungus” released as a single?
No. The album Stokeley (on which this track appears) wasn’t preceded by any single. Simply put, that album produced no singles.
Does “Foot Fungus” sample any song(s).
No. However, it does interpolate a number of songs. One of these songs is the 2004 hit single “Drop It Like It’s Hot” by Snoop Dogg and Pharrell Williams.