Before A$AP Ferg drops his sophomore effort, Always Strive and Prosper, the Harlem rhymer comes through with a pre-game warm-up in the form of a new visual for “FLEM.”

The nostalgic bass-heavy track, produced by Pro Era’s Kirk Knight, finds Fergenstein toasting to the marijuana holiday (4/20) the only way he knows how. Set in the studio, Ferg raps directly to the camera while the crew remains steady at work in background - except Knight who seems to be on the same wave as the Trap Lord.

This time around Fergie's bars are less animated and hyper. On "FLEM," he takes on smooth storyteller narrative as he paints a picture about performing with Kanye West at Coachella and 'e appreciating the new album.

“I know y’all seen the Kanye tweet,” Fergie rhymes before the video cuts to an image of the April 10 tweet from Mr. West stating he “loves” ASAP. “Just as long as Jay and Kanye peeped,” then flash to another image from Yeezy Season 3 show of Ferg with Hov and Yeezy.

“That’s fine with me / In time the world [will be] mine / You’ll see,” Ferg warns through iced-out grills.

"FLEM," is a gift to the fans as it will not be on his album, Always Strive and Prosper, which drops Friday (April 22).

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