It's been a busy year for A$AP Rocky so far. The Harlem rapper released the remix to Drake's "Wu-Tang Forever," and the collaborative A$AP Mob track, "Yamborghini High," not too long ago. The crew also got together to pay tribute to the late A$AP Yams on January 18th with a concert at Terminal 5. Since then, the rapper has released the new track, "Hear Me," featuring Pharrell and the video for "JD."

The new track with Pharrell is quite jiggy and features Rocky's confident side as he raps, "Don't you compare me because there ain't nobody near me/There don't see me but they feel me/They don't feel me but they feel me/Hear me."

The song release comes right after the Kanye/Wiz Khalifa/Amber Twitter beef and Rocky alluded to it by posting the following tweet:

Rocky also released the visual for "JD," the track off of his most recent album, At.Long.Last.A$AP. The video is only two minutes long but the animation is freaking awesome. The video was directed by AWGE, Dexter Navy and Rocky. The cool animation was done by Aniports. Let's hope this is the beginning of Wavy Wednesdays for the weeks to come.

"Yamborghini High" features Juicy J and was debuted on the Beats 1 show, OVO Sound Radio along with the remix of "Wu-Tang Forever." The remix of "Wu-Tang Forever" was due to drop right after the original dropped by Drake never came around to releasing it.

According to Billboard, Rocky will be finishing up Yams' debut album, Cozy Tapes, and will be featured on Kanye's new album, Waves.