About a month ago, A$AP Mob released the Harry Fraud-produced track "Wrong." According to a tweet that A$AP Rocky sent out two months ago, the song could end up on one of a few projects. Before we find out which one "Wrong" will be able to call home, we get the artsy video for it.

The angelic samples that are a part of the beat may have influenced the director to set the video in a white, Renaissance-themed building. The overall tint to the video also softens the colors to give a throwback feel, as if you're watching a piece of vintage art come to life. While A$AP Ferg confesses his trespasses against the women in his life, Rocky sing-raps the hook about being constantly surrounded by females. Since the song speaks to an enlightenment by Ferg regarding his deplorable actions, the video features a group of women, all in white. Rocky is also wearing a shirt that reads, "WE SHOULD ALL BE FEMINISTS."

A$AP Mob has kept their momentum going this year by performing "Crazy Brazy" on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, supporting Playboi Carti's self-titled mixtape and working on a Guess collection. A$AP Ferg also released the super hype video for his "East Coast" video featuring Rick Ross and Remy Ma as well as his own Trap Lord home collection.

We hope Cozy Tapes: Vol. 2 is on its way sooner than later. If it arrives by the end of this summer, A$AP Mob could find themselves at the top of the hip-hop world and the charts.

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