A$AP Mob – “Yamborghini High”

blame it on Patrick Glynn January 18, 2016

Today is a national holiday celebrating the life of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., who was born on January 15 in 1929. In A$AP Mob’s world, the celebration of life is a bit different. It’s been a year since their leader, A$AP Yams, passed away, and today, they’re celebrating his life with the first annual Yams Day — a concert held at Terminal 5 in New York.

Saturday night on OVO Sound Radio (where Rocky also remixed Drake’s “Wu-Tang Forever“), “Yamborghini High,” a song dedicated to the life of Yams, was premiered. The song was first noticed at a music festival in Hong Kong, where A$AP Rocky and A$AP Ferg performed the song to an enthused crowd.

The clean version of “Yamborghini High,” which features lyrics of living a brash and unworried lifestyle over banging spacious and abstract production, can be streamed below. Stay tuned for the full CDQ, which we expect to drop sometime this Yams Day.