A$AP Ferg has been putting in that work since he released his sophomore album, Always Strive and Prosper. Now, Ferg has dropped a brand new video for a track on the record, “Yammy Gang” featuring A$AP Mob and Tatiana Paulino.
Along with the other members of the Mob, A$AP Ferg and A$AP Rocky are all seen in the video getting wild in a desert. The visuals give us a trippy feel due to the smart camera work. In an unlikely location, A$AP Mob drive through the desert, lighting up and showing off insane amounts of cash. As a commemorative track for A$AP Yams who was sadly found dead in January 2015 due to drug intoxication, Yams’ mother, Tatiana Paulino appears at the end of the track to ensure he is always remembered:
‘This is for all my beautiful people around the world. My son was a genius. I wanna continue his legacy.’
Ferg has already released three singles from his new record which he dropped on 22 April. Most recently in April, he made “Strive,” featuring none other than Missy Elliot his newest single. It has certainly been a busy few months for the crew, as A$AP Mob also gave us visuals for the track, “Yamborghini High,” featuring Juicy J, another song that pays homage to the group’s leader Yams.
In a recent interview with Fuse, A$AP Ferg spoke of how it was important to keep his new album personal, and how wanted to highlight A$AP Yams.
‘We lost a soldier, one of the biggest generals, in A$AP—A$AP Yams, rest in peace. So I just felt like I was bringin’ it back to, y’know, square one…That was my mission to talk about more personal things, because my fans, they wouldn’t understand certain moves I make…’
The Harlem native is leaving big impressions with his new album. We cannot deny it, this track along with its simple but dope visuals just make you want to go crazy with Ferg and A$AP Mob!
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