A$AP Rocky releases the music video for his latest single "Fashion Killa," which was premiered today on GQ. Directed by Virgil Abloh and Rocky himself, the video co-stars former tourmate Rihanna, who's mentioned in the song and whose appearance in the video sparked rumors of romantic involvement when pictures surfaced last month.

The two make a late night trip through unoccupied boutiques to try on clothes as the names of the designers Rocky shouts out in the song flash across the screen. Although the name drops are purely high fashion, the most first brand viewers are exposed to is Supreme, which Rihanna and Rocky wear for the opening sequence. At the end, the video references graffiti artist Kidult's tagging of Marc Jacobs's SoHo store.

Speaking on his co-star on BET's 106 and Park, Rocky noted "She's a fashion killa in my eyes. I respect her jiggyness. I respect her fashion sense," while, of the Kidult reference, he said "It's about art."

Also making an appearance is A$AP Ferg, who raps a few bars of his song "Murda Something," off of the recently released Trap Lord, while playing the character of Guy Rapping on the Street.

"Fashion Killa" is the fourth single off of A$AP Rocky's debut album Long.Live.A$AP, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart this past January. Check out the video above.

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