It comes complete with a brand new Valentin-directed music video, which sees the ASAP Mob rapper in some sort of alternate New York City reality. In the song, we hear Ferg declare, “I run the game, I set the bar,” setting himself up for a successful future, while The Neptunes’ lyrics echo, “You cannot make this shit if you’re a fraud.”
Ferg is set to perform the track for the first time at Rolling Loud’s New York City installment on Oct. 30. He’s also joined forces with Uber Eats for a special promo with Pressed. From Friday, October 29-31, fans in New York and L.A. can get the outpost’s green juice at a buy one, get one free rate, with every purchase counting as an entry into a contest for exclusive signed merch.
The song also marks the start of a new chapter for Ferg, who teased its arrival after inking a management deal with Roc Nation last week. “It has always been a dream to work with Jay-Z,” Ferg said in a statement at the time.
Watch the video for “Green Juice” at the top.