Future delivered the lines "Long live A$AP Yams" on his DS2 track "Slave Master" and now he's making sure he lives up to his words. The rapper shared a sneak peak of the forthcoming visual for "Thought it Was a Drought" on Instagram, which he's dedicating to the late A$AP Mob leader.

The A$AP Mob is naturally involved in the video as well with A$AP Ferg taking the helm as director and A$AP Rocky slated to make an appearance. There is likely to be some eye candy in the clip since Fewtch shared a photo of what seems to be leading into a menage-a-trois.

Yams, who once rapped about getting "real cozy on hoes," would certainly approve.

"Thought it Was a Drought" appears on Future's DS2 album. And although little is known about what the visual will show, XXL confirmed that some of the shots take place in Central Park in New York City. It's also likely bound to spark intrigue as well since shots of expensive and sleek convertibles were also shown alongside a photo of the Atlanta rapper grubbing on some Chinese takeout.

A$AP Yams met his untimely death at the age of 26, after succumbing to his drug addiction in January. But his team is making sure his legacy lives on. "LONG LIVE A$AP YAMS," reads the caption of the photo with the Dirty Sprite creator and Rocky.

"He always had a struggle with drugs," said Rocky after the death of the A$AP member. He also called his friend a "mystery" in the hip-hop community, "like the Great Gatsby."

Check out some behind-the-scenes photos from the forthcoming video below. R.I.P. A$AP Yams.

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