A$AP Rocky has dropped a music video for “Tony Tone”, the fourth single from his Testing album.
The rapper, who was born Rakim Mayers, said that the track was inspired by his childhood friend Tone Wop.
“It just felt like Harlem. He’s a dude and he talk like, ‘Yo, what’s goody good. You goin’ to the storey store,'” he told Genius. “Tone Wop was responsible for a lot of shit like Rucker Park dances. Like Aunt Jackie, he was around Harlem Shakin’ days, the Tone Wop dance,” he added.
The video clip was directed by HidJi Films for AWGE.
Meanwhile, A$AP Rocky is scheduled to play at the fourth annual Yams Day, to be held at Barclays Center in Brooklyn on January 17.
Proceeds from the ticket sales will go to Always Strive and Prosper Foundation, founded by A$AP Yam‘s mother, Tatiana Rodriguez.
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