A$AP Ferg Pays Tribute to A$AP Yams in 'Tatted Angel'

Empty Lighthouse is a reader-supported site. This article may contain affiliate links to Amazon and other sites. We earn a commission on purchases made through these links.

When it comes to the music scene, A$AP Ferg has been a little distant. However, he is back and pays respect to his fallen friend A$AP Yams with a new song titled, "Tatted Angel."

"A few real words to my day 1s to let y'all know what I been going through," said Ferg in a tweet explaining "Tatted Angel."

"Tatted Angel" was produced by Hit-Boy and from the sound of it, Ferg dropped the track while out in Miami for Art Basel. It's a very toned down version of Ferg's flow.

He mentions that he wishes Yams was never using and that during the UK tour, he knew he would lose him.

Ferg blames it on the fame and access but knows that Yams is up in heaven. It's possible that there is more to this track because Ferg continues the flow as the song fades out much like Joe Budden's "Slaughtermouse."

The "Tatted Angel" track comes with abstract art work featuring a character resembling Yams. The track is the second tribute to Yams from the A$AP crew.

Last week live audio of A$AP Rocky's "Yamborghini High" was released. You can check out "Tatted Angel" below.

Listen to "Tatted Angel" below.