During his headlining set at Hong Kong's largest music and arts festival this weekend, A$AP Rocky took the opportunity to tease new music in the form of "Yamborghini High," an apparent tribute to the late A$AP Yams aided by the rest of the A$AP Mob. The track was reportedly unveiled in celebration of the Mob's first time in the city, according to Hypetrak. Though a full-length video of the performance hasn't surfaced, peep some 'grammed and tweeted teases of A$AP's delightfully wild set below:


🙌🏾@asap12vy @asaprocky #asapmob #clockenflap

A video posted by ᴄʜᴜɴɢ ᴄʜᴏɪ (@chungchoi_) on Nov 28, 2015 at 9:30am PST


LONG LIVE, A$AP! #clockenflap2015 #asaprocky #asapmob

A video posted by Kenneth Lee (@kennarki) on Nov 28, 2015 at 8:35am PST

In January of this year, Yams was found dead at the age of 26. Though his death was sudden and visibly shook the A$AP community and the industry at large, his influence continues to live on through music, fashion, and art in general. "It's either fucking dope music or wack music, in my opinion," Yams said in an interview with NPR, released shortly after his passing. "There are no fucking genres. There are no fucking subgenres. Let's leave that shit alone already." Indeed. That track above? That's dope music.

RIP Yams.