After teaming up with A$AP Rocky, Playboi Carti, Famous Dex and Rich the Kid on "The Mattress (Remix)" from his project, Still Striving, A$AP Ferg links up with Rocky again for an alternate version of the track.

On Wednesday (Nov. 29), Ferg dropped the visuals for his latest Digital Nas-produced song, "The Mattress." Directed by AWGE, the visuals find the A$AP Mob members jumping around on beds as they as they give an ode to mattresses. "Came a long way from the mattress/Boy, I used to jump on the mattress/And I used to hump o the mattress/My grandma kept the gun in the mattress," Ferg raps.

"The Mattress" video is Ferg's latest visual release following the clip for his Meek Mill-assisted track, "Trap and a Dream," which was put out in support of the incarcerated rapper. "Meek is my brother and will forever have my support, especially in these tough times," the rapper said.

Ferg also recently connected with singer Luke James for the "Drip" remix. "Awesome track for me to spit awesome raps/Tell Chris Breezy, step back with all his tats/From uptown, finna bring Harlem back," he spits on the sultry track.

Check out "The Mattress" video below.

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