Wednesday night, the A$AP Mob made their television debut as a group on The Tonight Show performing "Yamborghini High."

For the performance, Rocky wastes no time kicking the whole thing off before handing things over to Ferg, Nast, Ant, and Twelvyy as the whole crew recreates the song’s psychedelic video decked in camouflage as they tear up the stage under the tripped out backdrop of black lights. There was even a chill section with a couch, TV, and video games straight out of the video set up.

"Yamborghini High" is a heartfelt tribute to Mob founder Yams who sadly passed away in 2015, but the track also doubles as the lead single off their forthcoming Cozy Tapes Vol. 1. There is no release date yet for the project, but their joint performance must be a good sign that the tape is definitely on the way.

This isn't nearly the first time the mob has saluted their late friend. The entire crew came through to celebrate Yams in the video for "Yammy Gang," which they released earlier this year.

Unfortunately, the high-energy performances follows a week of drama for Rocky who faced backlash for his controversial comments dismissing racial issues in America. He appeared on The Breakfast Club for damange control to clear the air, but only dug himself a deeper hole when he noted that "All Lives Matter" and declared Bill Cosby as innocent. Ugh.

At least we still have their insane performance from The Tonight Show. Watch the whole crew execute "Yamborghini High" above.