ASAP Ferg's new video for "Nandos" is out now. The official video for the Kirk Knight-produced Still Striving single shows off Ferg's forthcoming Adidas Skateboarding x Traplord collection, set to be released to the masses Sept. 1. Knight also makes a cameo.

“I love working with Adidas Skateboarding because I get to connect with a lot of cool kids and get involved in the culture," Ferg said in a press release. "I’m excited about the new Traplord collection because we added a lot of  elements into it."

 

Adidas Skateboarding /// TLHP #matchcourt dropping 9.1.17 • #adidasSkateboarding x #adidasASAPferg

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My @adidasskateboarding x @officialtraplord collection drops 9.1.17 . "Nandos" visual showcasing the collection out now !!! Link in bio

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Still Striving, which dropped earlier this month, follows last year's Always Strive and Prosper. The tape also boasts collaborations with Lil Yachty, Nav, Playboi Carti, and Busta Rhymes. Just one week after Still Striving's release, ASAP Mob dropped their highly anticipated Cozy Tapes sequel, Too Cozy.

During ASAP Mob's recent discussion with Complex, Ferg said that this particularly stacked month—which also saw the release of ASAP Twelvyy's debut album 12—will become an annual event. "Still Strivin' out right now, Cozy Tapes tonight, Twelvyy is out right now," he said. "It's a takeover. We took over August, and in fact, we doing this every August."

Ferg, who will be at this year's ComplexCon, also marked the release of Still Striving with an appearance on a recent episode of Everyday Struggle. Ferg joined DJ Akademiks and Nadeska Alexis for a discussion on the best rap crews, regionalism in the genre, and much more. Watch below.

Want to experience Complex IRL? Check out or second annual ComplexCon, a festival and exhibition taking place in Long Beach, California Nov. 4-5. Host committee members include Murakami, Pharrell, Virgil Abloh, and Sarah Andelman, among others. For more information on performers, panels, and tickets, visit here.