The A$AP Mob first premiered their track "Yamborghini High" at this past January's Yams Day, honoring their fallen leader and creative force with a raucous posse cut which, like Yams' influence, was simply too good to be denied. Now, the crew has dropped the video for the track, what amounts to a color-changing vortex of scenic Lambo drives and pool-side assemblies.

Known for his artistic flair when it comes to visual representation, A$AP Rocky gets things started, with the pixels around him disintegrating and reconfiguring in a manner reminiscent to Kanye West's video for "Welcome to Heartbreak." From there, A$AP Nast, Ferg and Ant carry the song to its conclusion, the video emphasizing all things purple in a way that vaguely evokes the D12 edit "Purple Hills."

Peep the video for "Yamborghini High" above and cop the track on iTunes now. The whole Mob is prepping to release a group release soon titled Cozy Tapes, with Rocky telling Hot 97's Ebro back in January, "It’s the Yams album that he was working on before he passed. So it’s basically an A$AP collective. Like your Ruff Ryders Volume 1 type, Ryde or Die Vol. 1 or like Diplomatic Immunity... He broke down in his notes and he would tell me who he wants on there. We was about to start working on it.”

There's still no update on Cozy Tapes, though A$AP Ferg dropped his Always Strive and Prosper album within the passt few weeks.

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