A$AP Rocky Previews A$AP Yams Tribute Track 'Yamborghini High' in Hong Kong

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ASAP Rocky performs onstage at  2015 One Musicfest at Aarons Amphitheatre at Lakewood on Sept. 12, 2015 in Atlanta, Georgia.

A$AP Rocky has been a hip-hop globetrotter, bringing the turn-up overseas with cuts from his third studio effort, At.Long.Last.A$AP, which hit No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart in May.

At Hong Kong’s Cockenflap Festival (Nov. 28), Pretty Flacko recently previewed a new track during his headlining set called “Yamborghini High,” a salute to one of the A$AP Mob’s late members, A$AP Yams.

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Yams (born Steven Rodriguez) founded the A$AP collective in 2007 alongside A$AP Bari and A$AP Illz, and died this past January after a mixture of drugs was found in his system.

In June, Rocky confirmed the release of a posthumous A$AP Yams album. "Now I'm working on [A$AP] Yams' album," he told BBC 1xtra's Charlie Sloth in an interview. "I'm just picking up where he left off -- me and him was gonna do the album together ... He was working on a crazy album."

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Preview "Yamborghini High" below.


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