Two days before A$AP Mob is set to get together at Terminal 5 in NYC to celebrate A$AP Yams, the crew released their new track, "Yamborghini High," on OVO Sound Radio. According to Complex, A$AP Rocky first debuted the single at Clockenflap Fest in Hong Kong back in November but now the track is officially out for all their fans to hear.
"Yamborghini High" features Rocky, A$AP Nast and A$AP Ferg. That track has the signature A$AP Mob flow and is a tribute to the late A$AP Yams. A$AP Lou and J.Scott also known as the Cozy Boys, dropped the track during their set tonight on OVO Sound Radio. Take a listen to it and tell us what you think.
Along with the release of "Yamborghini High," the Cozy Boys dropped Rocky remixes of Drake's "Wu-Tang Forever." The original remix was due to drop around the time the original track came out with Wu-Tang but unfortunately it never happened. In an interview with Vulture, Drake discussed what happened with the unreleased remix, "Oh, man, that's kind of behind us. That was two projects ago. There was a remix that 40 [Noah Shebib] was working on. He has a really personal relationship with a lot of those guys from Wu-Tang, and me and Rocky were working on a video at one point in Harlem, and it was cool, but with schedules and all that, different things came into play and we never really got to finish, which is not something I recommend. You should always try and finish your music video."
Take a listen to Rocky's remix of Drake's "Wu-Tang Forever," and let us know if you rocking with it!